Thus far, 2016 has seemed to be a cathartic year for Kanye West. After exorcising his professional and profession demons Mr. West's creativity continues to thrive. The hectic hoopla surrounding The Life of Pablo eventual release has subsided and interest is building for his next project, Turbo Grafx 16.
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From orchestrating catwalks, to punishing sixteens, Kanye is harnessing his artistic insight. Earlier today (Feb. 29), viaIbn Jasper's Instagram page, Yeezy is shown working in a studio. Presumably, the creative savant is investing his musical inspiration into the new project.
Along with Ye's personal barber, Ibn, a spirited atmosphere is demonstrated by the photo. Mike Dean and Plain Pat are two beatsmiths who are mentioned in the hashtag. Kid Cudi also made the cut as his name is included among the aforementioned creators.
Will Havoc be tapped for production on this album?