After Kanye West posted pictures of a new wall that has been built around his Los Angeles home, Kanye continued to speak on the music industry, slavery, and black people coming together.
This week, Kanye tweeted about contacting Drake, Kendrick Lamar, and J. Cole to end beef with him.
"In the streaming world master ownership is everything... that is the bulk of the income ... in C.O.V.I.D. artists need our masters…" wrote Kanye as he vowed to help artists "get free and own their masters."
'Che Pope got Dave Free's number ... will have Kendrick's number shortly ... I'll keep you guys updated. Remember they cut our tongues when we were on the boat ... but noooooow.... slaaaaaavery iiiiiiiiis aaaaaaaaa chooooooooice," tweeted Kanye.
Finally, Kanye shared a text conversation between him and another person, presumed to be a lawyer, discussing how they could get Kanye's masters from Vivendi.
This French entity owns Universal Music, which Kanye's G.O.O.D. Music label, Roc-A-Fella Records, and Def Jam works fall under.