The 44-year-old is believed to be staying at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta while finishing up recording Donda. West took to Instagram to share an image of a room with a single bed, a small wardrobe, a TV, weights and an array of sneakers on the floor.
"HE SLEEPING IN THE LOCKER ROOM," one fan wrote.
"Nice living quarters goat…. Looking forward to album of the century," another commented.
"Bro nested in a stadium and they just accept it😭," a third fan joked.
The "All of the Lights" singer was said to have decided to finalize his tenth studio album at the stadium after the positive reception he got at the listening event held on Thursday, July 22.
Insiders also told the outlet that there is a suite in the building with an official stadium placard outside the door reading "Donda Studio at Mercedes-Benz Stadium."
Following the sold-out listening party, the album release date was pushed back. West is said to have remained at the venue since in order to finish recording.
"Mr. West will miss his weekend performance at Rolling Loud in Miami because he has literally moved into Atlanta's Mercedes-Benz Stadium," an insider previously told TMZ. The outlet noted that he was "so inspired by the Donda crowd" that he decided to stay in Atlanta until the album is ready.
As previously reported by OK!, on July 24, a fan attending the Atlanta United soccer game snapped a picture of West at the stadium appearing to be wearing the same orange fit and mask from the listening party.
Prior to this, West was reportedly residing in a ranch in Wyoming. He also was heavily involved in the creation of the California home he once shared with estranged wife Kim Kardashian. Kardashian and their children North, Saint, Chicago and Psalm along with Khloé Kardashian were said to be at the Donda listening event, per TMZ.
The tentative release date for Donda is said to be August 6 but it is not clear if West plans to remain in the stadium until then.