“Jeen-Yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy”, the documentary by Kanye West in which the Dominican Republic appears

“Jeen-Yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy” arrived on Netflix, the documentary by Kanye West that narrates the impressive rise and subsequent setbacks of the artist and which has a part in the Dominican Republic.

The new three-part series explores the controversial artist’s rise to fame, from being a producer making beats for fellow rappers to becoming one of the biggest names on the planet.

One of the scenes that starts in 2020 in the Dominican Republic is in a recording session for his latest album “Donda”. As West dances furiously, trying to conjure up a verse, the documentary goes back in time to 1998, the beginning of her career with the making of her first album “The College Dropout”, according to international media.

During the time that the rapper had publicly declared his candidacy for the presidency, it shows Ye speaking with real estate partners David Barry, Mike Novogratz and Bryan Young in the country.

Filmmakers Coodie Simmons and Chike Ozah have documented the rapper’s life from the early 2000s until he established himself as one of the decade’s biggest rappers, with such high-profile hip-hop albums as "My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy" (2010) or "Yeezus" (2013).

West’s latest stage has been marked by erratic behavior. His latest scandal includes an investigation by the Los Angeles Police for a crime of assault after a fight with a follower.

In addition, after his divorce from Kim Kardashian, the rapper has spent weeks making comments against the famous and her new partner, Pete Davidson, now summarized in a song.

Musically, Kanye West is nominated for album of the year at the Grammys for "donda" and is one of the artists confirmed for the Coachella festival.

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