G.O.O.D. Music leader Kanye West has sent a direct message to select white-owned publications this week, including Rolling Stone and New York Times, by asking them to no longer comment on black music.

Yeezy stressed his love for white people but problem with certain publications having an opinion on Twitter Monday (February 15).

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Check out what G.O.O.D. Music affiliate Rhymefest recently said about his concern over Kanye West’s mental well-being on the next page…

G.O.O.D. Music affiliate Rhymefest recently shared his concerns over Kanye’s mental well-being on Twitter.

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Reports claim Yeezy’s decision to release his album exclusively through TIDAL has helped the service compete against other streaming companies like Apple and Spotify.

With exclusive streaming rights to Kanye West’s new album The Life of Pablo firmly secured, Tidal has used that as a platform to jump to the top of Apple’s App Store charts as new users eager to hear the rapper’s latest work come on board as subscribers. It’s the first time that the streaming service—which has endured a rocky start since it was relaunched by rapper Jay Z early last year—has hit number one on the app rankings. (Fortune)

Last weekend, Kanye asked fans to join the growing music and entertainment streaming service on Twitter.

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