Well, during Kanye West's recent interview with Forbes, he unveiled hundreds of never-before-seen Yeezy samples and prototypes, and for a split second only, eagle eyed viewers spotted a pair of Yeezy 700s decked out with 4D technology! In Forbes' latest cover story, the 42-year-old rapper revealed that he's now working on creating homes inspired by his favorite sci-fi franchise, Star Wars. The prefab buildings are said to be inspired by Luke Skywalker's childhood home on the desert planet of Tatooine.
West brought Greenburg to "a trio of structures that look like the skeletons of wooden spaceships" while taking a tour of his land in LA. "They're the physical prototypes of his concept, each oblong and dozens of feet tall, and West leads me inside each one", writes Greenburg in his paper. The structures can reportedly be sunk into the ground, with light coming in from the top. "There's a little bit of Lamborghini in everything I do". Yeezy predominantly contributed to his $150 million earnings past year.
West is personally involved in the project, overseeing a team that is putting together the designs for the low cost homes.
The report says West's team "insists the number is even higher", mostly due to his Yeezy sneakers and his Yeezy clothing line. Either way, it's a good reminder that although many might be eagerly awaiting West's next shoe or album drop, there are some who can't wait to see his first, long-promised building.