Following Kanye West‘s elaborate ‘Ye‘ album listening party at the Diamond Cross Ranch in Wyoming, the owner of the reclusive refuge has now instated a new policy of “no more rappers,” moving forward.
In addition to complaints of noise ordinances, the owner Jane Golliher, shared her less-than elated sentiments in the aftermath of Ye’s party, claiming it was the “most confusing” event ever managed and that Ye changed his mind on details “every 30 minutes.”
While Golliher claims that she has no hard feelings against Yeezy and his team and that it was a great “learning curve,” she states that in the future, they’ll only host events for “good music” of those outside of the rap and Hip-Hop genres.
Furthermore, regarding the noise, the owner claims she received local ordinances dictated during quiet hours beginning at 10 PM. Ye’s party began at 9:30 PM.
Initially, the party was set for inside, but Ye’s constant changed-mind left the ultimate location in the outside field, eligible for noise complaints.
With that, the town’s quiet hours after 10, including that music be kept under 80 decibels (akin to a garbage disposal); however Ye’s party stood at 120 (akin to a chainsaw).
While Golliher claimed she’d banned rappers, she also states that moving forward, she’ll probably only host a “day concert.”
Additionally, she admitted that the event was largely undercharged and should have invoiced for $50,000.