American music hotshot, Kanye West, has permitted cameras to catch his life for more than twenty years and now the rapper has apparently offered a narrative to Netflix for $30 million.
As indicated by a report in Billboard, the music investor turned style creator needs it to be a multi-part narrative and the chiefs are Clarence “Coodie” Simmons and Chike Ozah otherwise known as Coodie and Chike, who helmed West’s music recordings for “Through the Wire” and “Jesus Walks.”
A source told the power source that Simmons has been working with West since the ’90s, catching in the background film and chronicling his ascent to superstardom.
The narrative will supposedly detail “the rapper and maker’s ascent to progress and notoriety’s effect on him too hip-bounce’s effect on mainstream society and the world’s developing relationship with VIP.”
The project will also address personal matters such as the death of West’s mother, Donda.
“While West is not creatively involved in the production, a second source says he essentially has given his support by allowing himself to be filmed by Coodie & Chike for 21 years,” the source added.
It’s reported that the project will debut sometime in 2022 on the streaming service.
A rep for Netflix didn’t immediately return Fox News’ request for comment