Kanye West is coming to Africa to destress and work on his album

Kanye West is coming to Africa to destress and work on his album

- Kanye is coming to Africa people, clear your schedules

- He is coming to connect to his 'roots' and clear his mind so that he can work on music

- The man has been struggling and he has even pushed his album release date forward

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Kanye West has decided to spend some time in Africa to clear his head and work on some music. The motherland has that special magic that’s good for rejuvenating your soul.

His latest album ‘Yandhi’ has been held back to November 23, reported Times Live.

Kanye is hoping to get in touch with himself in Africa and slay the rest of the album. He has been struggling.

Briefly.co.za learnt that Kanye will be making his way to Africa in the next two weeks. His children will be coming a long, but nothing has been said about Kim.

Kanye first tried to connect in Chicago, but stated that energy is all he felt and ‘the roots’ is what he’s searching for.

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In order to find what he is looking for, Kanye is going to be recording in the open, yes, a little wilderness rap sesh will be happening.

Kanye is serious about this ‘roots’ thing, he stated that he ‘just wants to grab the soil and cook food five times a day so that his metabolism stays up’. Alight then…

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We thought that him saying that "slavery is a choice", was bad enough. It seems that all his pro-Trump business has really messed with his head. He needs Africa more than he thinks he does.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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