'New Moses' Kanye West vows to not launch new music till he’s launched from Universal, Sony deal


Kanye West ranted in regards to the music business in his newest Twitter spree — and vowed to not launch new music till his present offers expire.

While loads of what he wrote has now been deleted, West started by saying he’s “not putting no more music out till I’m done with my contract with Sony and Universal. On God … in Jesus name … come and get me.” The finish of the tweet included a skier emoji.

“Vivendi family, I’m in Calabassas. Come holla at me,” he continued, calling out the French mass media conglomerate that’s the majority proprietor of the Universal Music Group, home to West’s GOOD label in addition to Roc-A-Fella and Def Jam, which have put out West’s music. His writer is Sony/ATV Music Publishing.

Kanye West, on the 2020 Vanity Fair, went on a Twitter spree in regards to the music business. (Photo: Rich Fury/VF20/Getty Images for Vanity Fair)

J Cole and Drake to start with immediately … I’m Nat Turner … I’m fighting for us.” He additionally added, “I’m waiting to meet with [Shawn] Carter also,” referring to Jay-Z.

He mentioned he missed his brothers, noting that he refuses “to argue with Black men on labels we don’t own… even Twitter.”

Another tweet that he posted and deleted mentioned, “I’m the 2nd richest black man in America … I need all my people with me for us to get free.” He defined why he deleted it right here:

But the main focus, if there was one, was totally on the music business. He mentioned he needs to see “everybody’s contracts at Universal and Sony.” He mentioned he’s “not gonna watch my people be enslaved,” saying the “music industry and the NBA are modern day slave ships.” He known as himself “the new Moses.”

Kim Kardashian — North, Saint, Chicago and Psalm — are “gonna own my masters.”

feud mate, Taylor Swift, being a part of the dialogue amid her personal troubles together with her masters being offered.

West ended the dialog saying, “I’m not open to any form of business with Universal or Sony.”

Though quickly after, he urged he was making headway with Universal.

Yahoo Entertainment has reached out to reps at Universal and Sony and can replace this story once we hear again.

reached an undisclosed settlement with EMI Publishing over possession of the songs he made after October 2010. However, months later, the lawsuit was again on — after which, quickly after in January, settled once more.

ready for a promised album, Donda, since July.

costly however extraordinarily difficult, and in addition taxing on his marriage.