Kanye West has given fans much to think about from his Twitter account in 2016. Now, he’s making a suggestion that seems a tad less controversial than supporting Bill Cosby and calling Taylor Swift the b-word (as a term of endearment). The rapper initially debuted “Life of Pablo,” using internet-streaming service Tidal, and it soon dominated musical downloading charts.
In a brief series of tweets, West shares that he will no longer release hard copies of his music. Instead, he is looking ahead at the future and announced that his previous album, “Yeezus,” was his last body of work to be sold on the CD format.
“I was thinking about not making CDs ever again… Only streaming,” West writes. “the Yeezus album packaging was an open casket to CDs r.i.p”
West later clarifies, “uuuuuuum, so there it is… No more CDs from me”
It appears that the rapper will continue to make announcements via his Twitter account. Earlier this year, he made it known on the social media site that he was changing the name of his album from “SWISH” into “Waves.” Soon after that West made memorable comments towards fellow recording artist Wiz Khalifa, who was vocal about not being a fan of the album’s title change.