Kanye West Reveals He's Team Streaming: 'No More CDs For Me'

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Kanye West performs on Saturday Night Live on Feb. 13, 2016.

Kanye West CDs are apparently a thing of the past. The Chicago rapper/designer/entertaining tweeter took to his timeline on Monday (March 7) to discuss his stance on physical music releases.

"I was thinking about not making CDs ever again... Only streaming," he said before referencing the cover art of his 2013 effort Yeezus. "The Yeezus album packaging was an open casket to CDs r.i.p."

He continued, "uuuuuuum, so there it is... No more CDs from me," before launching into a reflective Twitter moment.

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"question... Why do people not want me to be me?," he asked. "I want people to be the best version of themselves and I will be the best version of me. Growing and learning but not being told to stop ...not being stunted. please avoid trying to talk me out of being me in the future."

'Ye wrapped with his new signature, "###hashtag all positive vibes."

Sources previously told Billboard that Def Jam and Universal Music Group were working closely with West on ­several possible release strategies for his seventh studio offering The Life of Pablo, and that a physical version was due.