Kanye West won’t back down until Universal Music Group allows him to own the masters of his songs. On Wednesday, the “I Love It” artist went on a Twitter rant accusing his record label of not giving him the chance to buy his records.

While West is no stranger to being a trending topic on Twitter, it appears he intentionally used his latest viral tweets to draw attention to himself and unfair practices in the music industry.

In a series of posts, West claimed Universal Music Group is intentionally preventing him and other artists from owning their masters.

“Everyone please cover me in prayer ... I AM ONE OF THE MOST FAMOUS PEOPLE ON THE PLANET AND UNIVERSAL WON’T TELL ME WHAT MY MASTERS COST BECAUSE THEY KNOW I CAN AFFORD THEM ... BLACK MASTERS MATTER,” he tweeted.

West went on to threaten that if the higher-ups at the record label didn’t fulfill his demands, things would get ugly. 

“EVERYONE AT UNIVERSAL AND VIVENDI PLEASE UNDERSTAND THAT I WILL DO EVERYTHING IN MY LEGAL POWER AND USE MY VOICE UNTIL ALL ARTIST CONTRACTS ARE CHANGED… STARTING WITH GETTING MY MASTERS FOR MY CHILDREN… I WILL NOT STOP   I PROMISE YOU… IM AM PETTY AND VERY PERSONAL,” he wrote.

The rapper, who claims he has 10 contracts with the record label, proceeded to post screenshots of his agreements to his account. West then went on to tweet Bible verses from Romans 12:19 King James Version and Ephesians 6:12.

Ultimately, West said he wants to give his masters to the four children he shares with wife Kim Kardashian West and change the industry for future artists.

“THIS MOMENT IS GOING TO CHANGE THE MUSIC INDUSTRY FOR GOOD ... I FEEL SO HUMBLED AND BLESSED THAT GOD HAS PUT ME IN A STRONG ENOUGH POSITION TO DO THIS ... EVERYONE KEEP PRAYING ... ITS WORKING ... I AM ON MY KNEES THIS MORNING,” he wrote.

Kanye West Kanye West is seen in New York in November 2019. Photo: AFP/Angela Weiss