Kanye West has announced that ‘Donda 2’ would be available exclusively on his $200 Stem Player.

Kanye West has stated that his new album Donda 2 will only be available on his Stem Player, which costs $200, rather than on Apple Music, Amazon, Spotify, or YouTube.

The 44-year-old rapper, who has legally changed his name to Ye, teased a new track on his Instagram account on Friday, February 18.

Ye disclosed in the caption that the second part of his album, which is due to be published on February 22, will be available “only” on his “own” platform Stem Player.

“Today, artists receive only 12% of the revenue generated by the industry,” he remarked. “It’s past time for music to be liberated from this tyrannical system.” It’s time for us to take command and construct our own. To place an order, go to stemplayer.com right now.”

Kanye West announces that ?Donda 2? will be released exclusively on his Stem Player which costs $200.

Ye debuted the Stem Player, a device developed in collaboration with Yeezy Tech and Kano Computing, in August of last year. The device’s extensive features include the ability to generate loops, adjust pitch, and even merge stems from many tunes.

According to the company’s website, the Stem Player includes a headphone jack and Bluetooth, both of which can be used simultaneously, as well as built-in speakers; a USB-C port; “touch-sensitive light sliders” that glow red and blue as they are used; 8 gigabytes of storage and the ability to play a variety of formats; and a haptic engine for precise vibrations.

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