Last month some scary reports regarding Kanye West surfaced, with him reportedly going to hospital for exhaustion after the cancelation of the remaining dates on his Saint Pablo tour. Thankfully, TMZ reported last week that he had checked out of the UCLA Medical Center following a week of treatment for sleep deprivation, dehydration, and exhaustion, leaving under the care of Kim Kardashian and his physician, Dr. Michael Farzam.
Now TMZ is reporting that Kanye has built a temporary studio in his Bel-Air mansion "so he can have the privacy he needs to get healthy, while also making new music as ideas come to him." Just before checking out of the hospital, US Weekly reported that West had begun requesting recording equipment be brought into his hospital room, so it's clear that Kanye is eager to get back to work regardless.
After the release of The Life of Pablo earlier this year, Kanye promptly announced another album entitled Turbo Grafx 16. He followed up that announcement with news of a follow-up to G.O.O.D. Music's group album Cruel Summer, releasing the posse track "Champions," which featured Gucci Mane, Big Sean, 2 Chainz, Travis Scott, Yo Gotti, Quavo, and Desiigner.