Kanye West’s ‘Donda’ Studio Listed For Rent For $50k Per Hour
The studio where Kanye West recorded ‘Donda’ can allegedly now be rented for $50K an hour.
The studio that Kanye West created inside of Atlanta’s Mercedes Benz Stadium to complete his ‘Donda’ album in 2021 is available to rent through the studio rental app Stufinder. According to the listing, the studio comes complete with recording facilities, accommodates up to six people, and allows smoking.
The description for the ‘Donda’ studio reads,
“Comes with recording set up. Past clients include Kanye West **Studio does not include Kanye West** bookings aren’t guaranteed.”
On Monday (Jan. 30), Stufinder took to social media to share screenshots of the listing and promised to inform fans when the room gets booked.
The company wrote,
“We are aware someone has listed the Studio room Kanye West recorded ‘DONDA’ on our App. We will update you when someone books it! Stay tuned.”
We are aware someone has listed the Studio room Kanye West recorded “DONDA” on our App
We will update you when someone books it! Stay tuned ? pic.twitter.com/veGnY4BIY6
— Stufinder (@Stufinder) January 31, 2023
In another post, they added:
“You will only be charged if the host accepts the booking!! You’ll never have to worry about being scammed on Stufinder.”
As previously reported, the Chicago rapper temporarily moved into Atlanta’s Mercedes Benz Stadium to finish recording ‘Donda.’ According to reports, he was paying $1 million a day to stay at the stadium.
Reportedly, Kanye West and his team set themselves up with a studio space, living quarters, and a private chef who took care of all their meals. Allegedly, the ‘Praise God’ rapper opted to remain in the stadium because he was super inspired by the crowd at the ‘Donda’ listening event.
Kanye’s 10th studio album, ‘Donda,’ was released in August 2021 and debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200. ‘Donda’ initially scored the most first-day streams for an album in 2021 on both Apple Music and Spotify. The album has been certified platinum in the United States by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).
The album, named after Kanye’s late mother, features guest appearances from JAY-Z, The Weeknd, Playboi Carti, Lil Baby, Travis Scott, Lil Durk, Kid Cudi, DaBaby, Pop Smoke, and others.
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