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Despite Controversy, Stem Player Collaborator Reveals ‘Donda 2’ Will Remain On Device

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Kanye West is known for defying convention, and his decision to release “Donda 2” on his Stem Player was no exception.

Kano Computing assisted in the development of the device. Alex Klein, the CEO of the British technology firm, recently commented on whether his partnership with West was in jeopardy.

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The debate follows the growing controversy surrounding the rapper, who has recently remained a topic of discussion due to a slew of disturbing comments, including antisemitic statements.

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As previously reported by AfroTech, West has since lost lucrative partnerships with Gap and adidas.

 

Will Klein Part Ways With West?

While on Discord, Klein was asked if he would be the next partner to break ties with West.

“I don’t believe in that,” Klein said, according to Showbiz411.

Why “Donda 2” Will Remain On Stem Player

“Donda 2” will still be available for listeners on the Stem Player. Klein’s decision is led by the fact West’s antisemitic statements are not echoed on the project.

“There’s nothing on it that’s antisemitic,” Klein explained, according to Showbiz411.

Klein also stated he does not stand for hate speech. However, he admits working with West would be difficult at the moment, but it isn’t out of the equation.

Working With West Is Not Out Of The Equation

“I mean you know I still care about Ye I don’t want him to I pray for you and I pray I pray that we can meet again in fellowship and and I’II pray that he is given a spirit of warmth and kindness that I know hes been given before and it’s given that the correct information because good engineering is about having correct information and acting upon it and mine is only as good as the information it receives but you know at the end of the day as long as what’s flowing through Ye is is hatred towards a particular ethnic group and if that’s such a major racial enough that focus of his work it’s gonna be very hard for us to collaborate creatively because that’s just not what I feel and we know we feel it’s a company,” Klein said, according to Showbiz411.

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