Kanye West has been concerned in quite a few completely different industries ever since he first turned an enormous star within the music enterprise. Hot New Hip Hop picked up on a brand new commercial from Ye wherein he confirmed off his newest enterprise, a Christian college for kids.
Reportedly, Kanye, along with working for the presidency this yr, has launched Yeezy Christian Academy. In the commercial that was launched this week, a bunch of youngsters – together with his personal and that of Scott Disick and Kourtney Kardashian – all sporting blue shirts with the group’s brand on the entrance of it.
Hot New Hip Hop says North and Saint West, and Mason and Penelope Disick have been within the image. This all comes after the information that Kanye had been selling the remix of his music with DaBaby and a couple of Chainz, “Nah Nah Nah.”
As it was beforehand reported, Kanye launched his newest single, “Nah Nah Nah,” although the reviews were very mixed. For occasion, Anthony Fantano, who hosts a music reviewing channel on YouTube, mentioned it was worse than the unreleased “Yandhi” tapes.
Either manner, Kanye has been on the receiving finish of criticism on quite a few fronts this yr. The rapper introduced he was going to run for the presidency through the 4th of July weekend.
The information was met with all kinds of responses, together with followers and collaborators who mentioned they might vote for him, whereas others claimed it was one of the vital ridiculous issues they’ve ever heard.
In reality, throughout a latest interview with Kamala Harris wherein she was requested who was the best rapper alive, and Harris insinuated her favourite was Kanye. She mentioned that she would inform individuals who her favourite dwelling rapper was, but she said he should “stay in his lane.”
Many followers thought she was referring to Kanye West, though, it may be solely speculated. Additionally, Kanye was within the headlines earlier this month when he lastly appeared on The Joe Rogan Experience after months of postponement.