Kanye West has explained his desire to boost his output by setting himself the challenge fo making 52 records in 52 weeks.
Kanye, who has has been extremely productive in recent months, released albums ye and Kids See Ghosts before putting out and three albums as a producer for Pusha-T, Nas, and Teyana Taylor.
His first album release this year, ye, was received with mixed reviews and split opinion. Despite that, West sat down with The New York Times in conversation with Jon Caramanica for a wide-ranging interview to discuss his new work and his mental health among other things. In a new episode of Caramanica’s ‘Popcast’, the presenter says: “He told me at one point he wants to make 52 records in 52 weeks.”