Kanye’s Childhood Home ‘Heart-Bombed’ for a Good Cause

In a new partnership between Kanye West’s arts organization Donda’s House and the Skyline Council of Landmarks Illinois, Valentine’s Day will call for Kanye’s childhood home to be “heart bombed” in the name of love and historic preservation, according to the organization’s official website. Frequent collaborator and organization co-founder Rhymefest purchased the home in 2016 to create a central arts center location for the organization, complete with a recording studio, learning space, and music museum for Chicago youth.

Described as “a public show of love to historic sites and local landmarks by showering the site with physical expressions of affection, such as paper hearts,” the event is a part of a larger Donda’s House campaign, HeARTs Matter Week, supporting advocacy and education.

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