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Kanye West to Launch Fatburger Joint in Chicago

August 13, 2008 (9:49 am) GMT
His company KW Foods LLC has purchased the rights to the North American Fatburger franchise to develop 10 fast food joints in Chicago with the first to be opened next month.
Kanye West

Having a very full plate on his agenda, won't stop channeling his diverse inner creativity. With a number of business ventures he's already on, the mogul adds Fatburger franchise into his resume, planning to open a chain of the burger restaurant in his native Chicago, Illinois.

Executives at West's company, KW Foods LLC, are said to have purchased the rights to the North American Fatburger franchise to develop 10 fast food joints in Chicago. The first of the eateries is set to open in Orland Park next month, while a second restaurant will be opened in January of 2009. A third location is yet to be revealed as the executives are still in the process of finalizing the lease.

As for his singing career, West is still busy launching more singles from his 2007 album "" with the sixth and the latest is called "Champion". Releasing it in the wake of the Olympic Games fever, the video features a Muppet form of him participating in Unified Games, a sports event which is similar to the Olympic Games.

Aside from that, he reportedly has been tapped by fellow music artist to handle a major portion of his upcoming album, "", which is expected to be released this year.

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