Not that he's free from "Tidal," is Kanye planning his next streaming project?

By Hayden Wright

(RADIO.COM) – Kanye West’s business portfolio might be expanding once again: Documents obtained by The Blast suggest the rapper has filed to trademark a company called “Yeezy Sound.” The docs outline rights to stream “music, audio, images, video, and other multimedia content, over the Internet.”

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This wouldn’t be Ye’s first experience backing a streaming platform. The Life of Pablo rapper famously joined JAY-Z’s pantheon of music superstars to launch Tidal in 2015. After their public falling out last year, Yeezy abandoned Tidal this summer and sued the company for $3.5 million allegedly owed to him.

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West’s Yeezy brand has already made waves in the fashion industry. It’s not clear what form “Yeezy Sound” will take but Kanye might have something ambitious up his sleeve.

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