Kanye West shared a pic of the small, windowless room inside Mercedes-Benz Stadium he's living in while he finishes 'Donda'

Kanye West shared a pic of the small, windowless room inside Mercedes-Benz Stadium he's living in while he finishes 'Donda'
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  • Kanye West shared a picture of his quarters in Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta on Tuesday night.

  • West is living in the stadium while he finishes his latest album, "Donda."

  • West held a listening party last week and will stay in the 71,000-seat venue while he finishes it.

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Kanye West posted an Instagram photo of the spartan quarters he's living in at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, where's he's staying while finishing his latest album, "Donda."

It's a far cry from the luxury digs with which the musician is most associated.

The room features a twin bed, a small closet, and gray-painted concrete walls.

West held a listening party for "Donda" at the stadium on Thursday and about 42,000 fans attended. West reportedly showed up two hours late and charged $50 for chicken tenders and $40 for a hot dog, according to Page Six.

It was there that West announced he'd be staying at the stadium while he put the finishing touches on the record.

A stadium spokesperson told Insider, "We've been able to accommodate his needs while he's with us," though it's unclear where and whether he's showering.

One benefit for West as he remains in the stadium is access to games and events at the 71,000-seat venue.

On Monday, the rapper posted a video of himself among the crowd at an Atlanta United soccer game.

"Donda," named after the artist's mother, Donda West, was originally set to be released on July 23 but is now set to be released on August 6.

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