Kanye West shared a photo of his windowless room at Atlanta's $1.6 billion Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
The 44-year-old rapper reportedly pays $1 million a day for his living quarters inside a locker room. The bare space features high-traffic carpeting and access to a toilet stall and shower next door.
Kanye's new pad at the stadium is not much larger than a college dorm room or a jail cell at the nearby Fulton County lockup in downtown Atlanta.
The spartan living quarters includes a twin bed with a white comforter, a wall-mounted television, an open locker containing a few outfits, a suitcase, a small storage locker that doubles as a nightstand, and a digital clock on the cinder block wall.
Stadium officials shared an Instagram photo of Kanye's Donda Studio at the stadium.
Kanye brought in a chef to provide nutritious meals for him and his small entourage while he puts the finishing touches on the Donda album, named for his late mother.
According to sources, Kanye never left the stadium after his sold out album listening party on July 22.
The album reviews were less than stellar and, ever the perfectionist, Kanye installed a studio at the stadium to finish the album.
He was so upset over the poor reviews, that he didn't change his clothes for three days.
Kanye hopes his meager accommodations at the stadium will inspire him to release a classic album like 2004's Grammy Award-winning College Dropout.