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Infamous Chicago Emcee Kanye West Announces Retirement From Rap Music, Gears Up For Consequence & Rich The Kid Collaborations Releasing Friday

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Chicago’s infamous emcee, record producer and songwriter Ye, formerly Kanye West, has announced his abrupt retirement from rap music.

The legendary “Carnival” rapper, who is gearing up for his forthcoming joint LP “Vultures 2” with Ty Dolla $ign, made the disruptive announcement through a brief text exchange with “Gimme A Second” emcee Rich The Kid.

Notably, the announcement arrives just ahead of West & Dolla $ign performing their independent rap album “Vultures” in South Korea. West is yet to comment on whether the debut performance and the sequel to Vultures will now take place amidst retirement.

Read everything about “Vultures 1” by Kanye West & Ty Dolla $ign.

Interestingly though, West is gearing up for two massive collaborations.

While the flagrant “Like That Pt. 2” rapper is set to feature on Rich The Kid’s 4th LP “Life’s A Gamble”, another Queens emcee and legendary figure Consequence has announced “No Apologies” single with Ye too.

Both the releases drop this Friday.

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Stream ‘Vultures’ by Kanye West & Ty Dolla $ign via Spotify.