Kanye West went on one other tweet storm on Wednesday, September 16, that included a graphic video of him and one in every of his Grammy awards.
Kanye West, 43, has been spending the previous two days in an all out Twitter binge that has primarily been targeted on his frustrations with the music business and want to be launched from his recording contract with Common Music Group. He took issues to absolutely the excessive by truly posting a clip of him urinating on one in every of his Grammy awards that sat inside a bathroom (see video HERE). “Belief me… I WON’T STOP” he captioned the footage which left thousands and thousands in disbelief and shock.
“How vile and disrespectful of U,” songwriter Diane Warren wrote in response. “This was given to U by your friends out of respect to your work and U r actually pissing on them. I’ve received one Grammy and I’m ceaselessly grateful and humble that my friends discovered me worthy of it.” This was one in every of many controversial issues that the “Gold Digger” rapper shared on his Twitter account on Wednesday. Earlier within the day he in contrast the music business to “modern-day slavery” earlier than posting his alleged ten contracts that he has with Common.
Kanye began attacking the construction of the music business on Monday by declaring that artists had little to no energy as a result of report labels owned all their work. It was then that he took purpose at his labels Common and Sony and vowed to not launch any new music till they freed him from his contracts. “Within the streaming world grasp possession is every little thing… that’s the bulk of the revenue … in COVID artist want our masters,” he wrote. “Artists are ravenous with out excursions … Ima go get our masters … for all artists … pray for me.”
On Wednesday he referred to as on the likes of Bono, Drake, Kendrick Lamar and even his longtime enemy Taylor Swift, to assist him in his trigger by saying that “we want you proper noooooow” after promising that “ALL THE MUSICIANS WILL BE FREE”.
The “Type” singer famously had her personal music battle together with her former Massive Machine Data label head Scott Borchetta after when it was introduced that he had bought her masters to Scooter Braun and The Carlyle Group.