Kanye West is livestreaming while he prepares to finish his album Donda.
The video — which is happening in real-time — appears to be shot from the rapper’s dressing room at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, where he’s apparently been shacking up for weeks.
So far, the Heartless rapper has shown himself in the shot wearing only bizarre outfits and having yet to show his face without a mask. At one point, he appeared in an all-black suit with “Donda” written across his chest as he pumped some iron with push-ups and free weights.
He also stood in front of the camera in an all-black spiked costume that covered him from head-to-toe.
West seems to be in good company, as many of his pals have made appearances in the video too, including Chance The Rapper, Steve Lacy and Vic Mensa.
Although the stream has no audio, it does look like the Grammy-winning artist has some sort of recording set-up going on. There also appears to be a small bed in the corner of the room.
At one point, it looked like West was getting some shut-eye, as the lights were turned off in the dressing room, and the only thing visible was the rapper’s make-shift bed.
There is also what looks like a countdown clock in the frame as well. Fans are guessing that the artist started with 24 hours on the clock, and could be live for an entire day.
Apple Music captioned the livestream, “Watch Kanye finish ‘Donda’ in Atlanta,” leaving fans to believe he’s really finishing up the album from inside the stadium.
West previously hosted a listening party for Donda last month, which consisted of about 42,000 fans lining up to hear the new tracks.
West’s soon-to-be ex-wife, Kim Kardashian, was in attendance to support him, along with their shared four children: North, 8, Saint, 5, Chicago, 3, and Psalm, 2.