Because of the time he spent recording his current releases there, Wyoming has played a significant role in Kanye West’s recent history. Now, however, it appears that West is moving on from his first Wyoming property, Monster Lake Ranch: according to TMZ and People, West has listed the property for $11 million, which is $3 million less than what he paid for it in September 2019.
The property has 3,888 acres of land in Cody, Wyoming, according to a realtor.com listing (which was posted 21 hours ago as of this write). “The once in a lifetime property has a BLM lease, equipment sheds, horse facilities, livestock corrals, and hay meadows,” according to the listing. Commercial prospects abound thanks to the lodging, commercial kitchen, go-cart track, and trophy trout fishing. It’s a premier Wyoming ranch investment because of the sandstone cliffs and Absaroka mountains.”
However, this does not imply that West is done with Wyoming. In November 2019, he purchased another Wyoming property, Bighorn Mountain Ranch, shortly after purchasing Monster Lake Ranch. The 6,713-acre property is located outside of Greybull, less than 100 miles from the Cody ranch, and has a listing price of $14.495 million. He also apparently purchased a warehouse in Cody around the time.
In 2018, West recorded a handful of projects as part of what became known as the “Wyoming Sessions”: his own Ye, Teyana Taylor‘s KTSE, Pusha T‘s Daytona, Nas’ Nasir, and his and Kid Cudi’s Kids See Ghosts. Later, West’s most recent album, Donda, was partially recorded at Bighorn Mountain Ranch.