Brianni Taylor is bringing her Kanye West obsession to the forefront with a The Life of Pablo art exhibit and event that will take on May 19 in New York City. Described as "your guilty Kanye West addiction," the event will feature art and a playlist inspired by Yeezy's album. The event will raise money and awareness for "The Kids League," a non-profit organization that creates workshops to educate kids from low-income neighborhoods in fashion, music, film, health and wellness and the arts.

“I've always wanted to curate an art exhibit that was meaningful to me," Taylor told Complex. "Overall I am a HUGE fan of Kanye West. I was anticipating his album every day...once he dropped The Life Of Pablo, and I heard ‘Ultra Lightbeam,’ in my mind I was like, ‘This guy is a genius.’”

Check out the full details and cop tickets at the event's EventBrite page.

While some fans are dedicating hours and hours of hard work to honoring Kanye's album, not every fan was feeling inspired by the release of The Life of Pablo. Earlier this week, Justin Baker-Rhett, a Kanye fan, filed a class action lawsuit against West and TIDAL in U.S. District Court in San Francisco. The fan claimed that Yeezy "fraudulently promised fans that his album, The Life of Pablo, would only be available on TIDAL" and that the move was nothing more than a tactic for TIDAL to gain subscribers and give the streaming service access to user information such as credit card information, music tastes and more.

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