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Kanye West flees Hollywood to get his ‘creative groove’ back

Sunday - 21/05/2017 20:17
KANYE West has abandoned social media — and fled Hollywood for Wyoming — to find his “creative groove”.
Kanye West suffered a highly-publicised alleged breakdown last year. Photo: Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images
Kanye West suffered a highly-publicised alleged breakdown last year. Photo: Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images

“He’s far from any noise. He’s far from Hollywood and is very isolated right now. He wants to get back into his creative groove,” a source told The NY Post of the rapper, who suffered an alleged breakdown last year.

During the troubling incident, West’s physician Dr Michael Frazam reportedly rang 911, referring to West by his alias “Jim Jones”, and saying he was behaving “erratically” and suffering “from temporary psychosis due to sleep deprivation and dehydration”, TMZ reported.

His Instagram and Twitter accounts went dark earlier this month. And the fashion-obsessed rapper and Yeezy designer even skipped Anna Wintour’s Met Gala this month.

His wife, Kim Kardashian, attended and said West was home “taking some time off and really loving that.”

Kardashian has been by West’s side throughout his struggles. Photo: Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images
Kardashian has been by West’s side throughout his struggles. Photo: Jamie McCarthy/Getty ImagesSource:Getty Images

West is reportedly back in the studio, getting inspiration from frequent collaborator Pusha T.

“Pusha T has been visiting. He inspires Kanye to write. Kanye’s trying to find his creative voice again, and he has people there to help him get, and stay, on track. He’s still a little off and is trying to get himself back,” a source said.

Another source close to West says that the rapper’s stint in the mountains is not unusual.

“He likes to work in remote places and be in the middle of nowhere as much as he can be,” said the insider.

“That’s his pattern. It’s what he ­always does. He goes away. He’s done Hawaii, Mexico, Paris, Malibu ... It’s what he’s always done. He’s not in some ‘struggle’ to find his creative voice. Any creative endeavour he’s done, there’s a start to the process and he wants to figure out what he talks about. It’s a creative journey every time and he starts from scratch.”

This story originally appeared in the NY Post and is republished here with permission.

Source: News Corp Australia Network:

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