- A long-awaited documentary about Kanye West is in the works and fans are excited about it
- The footage to make the documentary has been sold to Netflix for over R435 million and is coming late this year
- Social media users reacted to the news and most are looking forward to the documentary about Kanye
American rapper Kanye West has a documentary coming up soon and it is going to be streamed on Netflix later this year. The documentary was sold to Netflix for $30 million (R435 million).
The documentary is going to feature footage that has never been seen before of Kanye West making music.
The project is going to be streamed in different parts, the documentary does not have a title yet. The footage is 21 years in the making and has been shot by Clarence "Coodie" Simmons and Chike Ozah.
Simmons has been filming Kanye since the late 90s. The documentary is going to cover topics such as Kanye's rise to fame, the death of his mother Donda, his passion for fashion and his 2020 presidential run.
Social media users all over the world reacted to the news of finally getting a Kanye documentary. Check out the reactions below:
"A Kanye West documentary is coming soon to Netflix! It took 21 years to make, and will no doubt be incredible."
"Kanye West 2013 breakfast club interview is extremely prophetic and needs to be in museums."
"Hope it’s produced by Kanye West."
In other Kanye West news, Briefly.co.za reported that Kanye is back in the studio working on the Donda album. Kanye West's wife Kim Kardashian recently filed for divorce but the rapper has not let that stop him from recording new music.
The popular musician's favourite collaborator and friend CyHi revealed in a recent interview that Yeezy is working on his Donda album. CyHi told VladTV that "We are back working." The music producer shared that Kanye started working on the highly-anticipated project late in 2020.
He shared that Kanye took a holiday break around November to spend time with his family but now they are back in the studio.
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