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Kanye West fans at the “Donda 2” Miami concert react to his new streaming device

Kanye West appears at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party in Beverly Hills, Calif., on Feb. 9, 2020.
Evan Agostini
Kanye West at his album listening party at Milk Studios last week in New York City.

Fans of Kanye West braved a lot to get a first glimpse of his new album Tuesday at his “Donda 2” Miami show. Crazed crowds trying to cop pairs of unreleased Yeezys. Jam-packed seating arrangements. Ticket prices upwards of $400.

But were Ye’s diehard fans willing to spend $200 on the Stem Player, a new device he says will exclusively stream his new album?

A cross between an iPod and a musical production center, the Stem Player allows listeners to customize their musical experience by isolating a song’s vocals, bass, drums and samples. Purchasers can also play with the tempo, upload other albums as well as create and save mixes.

Read more from our news partner at The Miami Herald.

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