Owners of the Wyoming ranch that hosted Kanye Wests recent album listening party have banned any more rappers from hosting events there.
Kanyes new album Ye dropped on 1 June, but the day before that he held a listening party for journalists, friends and VIPs at a ranch in Wyoming which seems to have upset the locals.
Jane Golliher, who operates the Diamond Cross Ranch in Mohan, Wyoming, told The Blast that it was great exposure hosting the event, but admits it was the most confusing booking theyve ever had.
Describing the experience as a learning curve, Golliher revealed the plans changed every 30 minutes. But what do you expect when you work with one of the biggest pop stars of recent times? The man demands perfection.
Eventually, the party took place outside and was so loud that it immediately triggered complaints from local residents.
Tecton Countys strict noise ordnances require all sound after 10PM to stay below 80 decibels, The Blast reported.
But Yeezys shindig reportedly rocketed up to 120 decibels. Not cool, Kanye.
Apparently, the party was supposed to end by 10PM, so it wouldve been fine. Obviously, Ye didnt show up until 9.30PM.
According to reports, Gollihers husband got so agitated that he threatened to pull the plug on the music – with thousands of people watching via online stream back home.
As a result, there will be no more rappers invited to stay at the ranch, despite her intentions to hold a day concert with good music – were assuming she doesnt mean Kanyes star-stuffed record label of the same name…
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The ranch operator also revealed she undercharged massively for the event, stating she should have priced the package at $50,000 (£37,200).
As for the trouble with the locals? Golliher says thats what you get with people from California and L.A.
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