Kanye West

Kanye West documentary sold to Netflix for R435m

Published by Ntsika Novoyi

The documentary that showcases the captivating life of hip-hop artist, Kanye West, has been sold to Netflix and is expected to premiere later this year.

What to expect from the Kanye West documentary?

The documentary was recorded by Clarence Simmons and Chike Ozah who have worked with the rapper in his earlier video productions.

West has given his blessings towards Simmons and Ozah to use the footage for the show.

According to the Daily Mail, the Netflix documentary will be displaying exclusive video footage of the rapper, dating back to his rise during the 1990s.

The documentary will allow viewers to watch Kanye’s rise from an eager producer to one of the biggest faces on the planet.

The show will include some of Kanye’s most memorable moments like his dealing with the loss of his mother, his 2020 presidential run, and his Yeezy domination in the street fashion industry.

It is not reported if the documentary will feature some of the darker moments like West’s mental breakdown that saw him hospitalized in 2016.

Hip-hop fans cannot wait to get a better insight on the rise of one of the most talented artists in the world and finally get a better understanding of the world of Ye.

Life keeps getting better for Kanye

The rapper has suffered greatly after the announcement of his divorce from Kim Kardashian.

Custody of their four children is still being dealt with when it comes to sharing time with their kids.

However, West has kept receiving only W’s, having become worth $6.6bn (R96bn) after the success of his business ventures.

His partnership with Adidas to produce and distribute his Yeezy Brand is worth between a staggering $3.2bn (R46.5bn) and $4.7bn (R68.3bn).

The rapper has other works in progress like his new deal with the GAP clothing brand to release his own line of clothing.

Things are looking promising for the Chicago rapper and we can’t wait to witness how he achieved everything on his Netflix documentary.