As fans eagerly await the release of Kanye West’s upcoming album Vultures with Ty Dolla Sign, the Chicago rapper has been quite active in sending direct messages.
Just a few days ago, he harshly criticized one of his supposed former employees for sharing a photo that mocked his new YZY PODs.
Kanye West accused her of accepting money from Adidas and made it clear that he would go to great lengths to protect his creative projects, given the amount of effort he has invested in them.
But this week, it wasn’t just the alleged former employee who faced Kanye’s anger.
He also reached out to an Instagram account that had been responsible for leaking his music on streaming services.
Kanye West called them out, expressing his frustration with them using his work to boost their own views and demanding that they promote their own content instead of his.
“You Violated the Music Industry,” his message begins. “You and these other n***as posting sh*t from me just to get streams on spotify. That is my work. You have a Platform so use it for your own projects.”
Obviously, Ye doesn’t appreciate his unreleased music being used to get someone else streams, and fans can’t blame him. Luckily, it won’t be too much longer until fans get a genuine Ye release, if all goes according to plan.
Vultures is expected to drop in three volumes, and the first of which is scheduled to arrive on February 9.
A source recently chatted with HipHopDX about the release, revealing that volume one will feature 13 songs.
Major names like Future, Playboi Carti, Chris Brown, Freddie Gibbs, and Quavo will make appearances, as well as Ye’s 10-year-old daughter North West.