JACSKON HOLE,Wyoming — Kanye West is on fire, as both an artist and producer with the release of his very own “YE” project and serving as executive producer on Pusha T’s Daytona album along with Mike Dean and Andrew Dawson.
During his listening session in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, he told Power 106’s J Cruz that he scrapped his entire album and re-recorded it following the backlash to his controversial comments about slavery on TMZ.
“I redid the whole album after TMZ,” he told Power 106’s J Cruz.
“I was sitting in Calabasas, I’m working on my sweatpants and my shoes,” added Ye. “Everything was going perfect. As soon as stuff stopped going so perfectly, I was like, ‘I know what to do with this energy. I know exactly what to do with this.’”
He channeled that energy into 7 tracks for the “YE” album.
Listen to the “YE” album here: Stream Kanye West New Album – ‘YE’