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Kanye West’s Wyoming ranch could be yours for a mere $11 million

The property in Cody, Wyoming hosted Sunday Services, music videos, and sessions for ye and Kids See Ghosts

Back in 2018 — before running for president or changing his name to Ye — Kanye West retreated to a ranch in Wyoming to work on a handful of projects, including ye and the Kid Cudi collab Kids See Ghosts. Now, though, the Wyoming era appears to be coming to a close, with the rapper selling off his Cody, Wyoming ranch.

Listed online for $11 million, the property comes with a decent chunk of Kanye West history. His ranches in the state have hosted everything from the Wyoming Sessions and a free iteration of his Sunday Services, to a ye listening party, and music videos for “Follow God” and “Closed on Sunday”.

The sale of the ranch also appears to mark a particular moment in West’s life, as he recently bought a $57 million, Tadao Ando-designed home in Malibu, and reportedly gave up his self-designed Hidden Hills home amid his divorce from Kim Kardashian. It’s currently unclear whether he’ll hold onto his other property based in Wyoming, including a second ranch just down the road.

If you happen to have $11 million to spare, the Wyoming ranch that’s going on sale — previously set to house Ye’s “Yeezy Campus” — is described as a “once in a lifetime property”, spanning 3,888 acres with two fresh water lakes. Besides typical ranch facilities (presumably) such as livestock corrals and hay meadows, it also includes a go-cart track and fishing facilities with a backdrop of the Absaroka mountains.

Curious? Virtual tours and images of Kanye West’s Wyoming ranch are available via the online listing.

Recently, we also received a teaser trailer for the decades-spanning Netflix documentary Jeen-Yuhs, which will follow West across the course of his career, via the 2007 death of his mother — who was lately commemorated in his Donda video “Donda Chant” — and his ill-fated presidential run in 2020. Watch the first-look trailer here.