Kanye West's temporary home isn't coming cheap.
The rapper has reportedly been living at Atlanta's Mercedes-Benz Stadium for two weeks while he finishes his long-anticipated "Donda" album. According to The Blast, Kanye is forking over a rate of $150,000 per day to stay in the home of the Atlanta Falcons. The stadium is owned by the state of Georgia.
Under Kanye's agreement with the stadium, he gets living quarters for himself and his entourage members, as well as a private chef. The bill for the accommodations, so far, is hovering over $2 million.
Kanye hasn't left the venue since holding a listening party there on July 22. He was even seen at an Atlanta United MLS game two days later, and was still wearing his outfit from the listening party.
Kanye is set to hold a second listening party at the 71,000-seat stadium on Aug. 5.
Since staying there, several images have shown Kanye's digs, which look very basic, consisting of a bed, small closet and a TV. But, he has been livestreaming from what appears to be a different room.
It's not known if Kanye plans to stay in the venue after the Thursday night listening party. It's also not known if "Donda" will be released right after the party, but runner Sha'Carri Richardson, who appears in a Beats by Dre ad featuring Kanye's song "Glory," tweeted on Thursday afternoon, "Just talked to Kanye, and DONDA is on the way SOON!!"