Kanye West: "This Country Was Built Off of Dreamers, Never Give Up on Your Dreams"

'Ye said he's all about the positive vibes right now.

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Following the Grammy Awards last night, most expected Kanye West's first post-show tweets to be a response to Taylor Swift's shots at him during her acceptance speech for "Album of the Year." However, 'Ye decided to keep things positive, and rather went on another semi-rant about how he's dealt with debt the past few years, and his creative process as an artist. "My dreams brought me to debt and I'm close to seeing the light of day," Kanye wrote.

Kanye's latest series of tweets also touched on his new album, The Life of Pablo, and how the project is filled with joy because he was able to create from a place of positivity. It's unclear if Kanye will eventually respond to Taylor, or if they'll be able to figure out their differences surrounding his line on "Famous" where he rapped that he made her famous.

Whatever the case, it appears that Kanye is all about the positive vibes at the moment. As far as the album goes, in a series of tweets he sent out before the Grammys yesterday, he said that the album will only be available on Tidal going forward and he will never put it up for sale. He also tweeted that he has over 40 songs with Kendrick Lamar and that all G.O.O.D. Friday releases going forward will be put on Tidal. For now, you can stream The Life of Pablo here

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