(AllHipHop News) After deciding to end his business ties with Nike, Kanye West moved on to the next one and inked a deal with Adidas. The Chicago emcee spoke with his hometown radio station 107.5 about working with German shoe company. During an interview with Tony Sculfield and The Morning Riot Show Kanye revealed that he also designed 20 sneakers for the Adidas and the should be available for purchase in September of next year.
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"I just got back from Germany. It was one the greatest creative days of my life. We designed the entire women's collection. We designed the entire men's collection. And we designed 20 shoes," said Kanye. "We coming in September, and it’s about to be a paradigm shift."
The "Bound 2" rapper also addressed his former partners at Nike.
"Listen at the Nike campus, that methodology, that’s not going to work. All of this leveraging and extortion is not going to work now because I’m at Adidas," said Kanye. "The game is flipped now. There’s nobody you can run to and nowhere you can hide right now."
Mr. West also explains his recent highly criticized comparisons to police officers and military members.
"If I compare myself to a soldier or cop, that's saying I'm going to work everyday and I'm on my grind," explains Kanye. "I'm on my grind like I'm an officer. I'm on my grind like a soldier. I'm a solider when I'm in that booth."
Listen to interview below.