Rapper Kanye West Plot’s To Expand His Billion-Dollar Yeezy Empire Into Tech Industry.
According to sources he’s looking forward to expand his own billion-dollar Yeezy empire into the tech industry.
Kanye’s company has applied for a trademark to put “Donda” – the name of his late mother, creative company, and just released tenth studio album – on a variety of electrical devices, according to legal documentations acquired by TMZ.
That’s not all, however. Kanye West is rumored to be aiming to use “Donda” on wearable gadgets including smartwatches, smart glasses, and activity trackers, as well as wireless receivers like jewelry and smart rings.
Mr. West is influenced by Steve Jobs and Apple in more ways than one. He’s reportedly considering launching “Donda”-branded earbuds, headphones, and wireless headsets for both mobile phones and tablet computers, similar to Dr. Dre’s Beats inc By Dre.
Kanye West gave fans their first taste of his tech invasion in August, when he unveiled the ingenious Donda stem player just days before his album of the same name debuted on streaming sites.
Kanye’s entry into the digital industry might involve downloadable electronic publications covering music and entertainment news, such as books, magazines, journals, brochures, flyers, pamphlets, and newsletters etc.