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Kanye West Opens Up On Retiring From Music

Famous American rapper, Kanye West has finally opened up on retiring from professional music.

The rapper who disclosed this in a recent chat with Rich The Kid said that he’s unsure of what to do next after retirement.

In a new development on Tuesday, Rich The Kid shared a screenshot of their conversation via his Instagram story.

In the screenshot, the singer wrote, “I am retiring from professional music. Not sure what else to do.”

In a bid to persuade him to shelve his plans, Rich The Kid wrote, “Retire? Why? How? The people need you. The music you, TY (Dollar $ign) and we have made was the biggest stamp in culture to this date in 2024.

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“Drop Ye about mine & V2 and we do it all over again. The kids need you, big bro. Fashion may be some time to chill but retiring ain’t it.”

However, he didn’t share whether West accepted his advice or not.

New Telegraph reports that Kanye West is one of the most prominent figures in hip-hop; he is known for his varying musical styles.

It would be recalled that Kanye started his music career as a producer in Chicago after dropping out of college.

He gained prominence after co-producing Jay-Z’s 2001 album ‘The Blueprint’ and was later signed as an in-house producer for Roc-A-Fella Records.

In 2004, West released his debut album, ‘The College Dropout,’ which was met with critical acclaim and yielded the Billboard Hot 100-number one single ‘Slow Jamz.’

He went on to become the joint most-awarded hip-hop artist in the Grammys’ history along with Jay-Z with 24 golden gramophones.

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