Kanye West has reportedly split from Creative Artists Agency and longtime agent Cara Lewis. Word is West decided to leave the agency and will now be repped by United Talent Agency.

According to XXL, per The Wrap, sources close to the rapper-producer-fashion designer say West's decision to part ways with CAA stemmed from his dissatisfaction with the amount of non-touring revenue being generated.

CAA reportedly did not take commission on the Yeezus rapper's live dates, as per his arrangement with Live Nation.

West had been at CAA since 2012, following Lewis when she made the move over from William Morris. In the past, Lewis has also represented artists including Tupac, Eminem and Kurtis Blow. As noted by the hip-hop magazine, her name can be heard shouted out in the ad-libs at the beginning of Eric B. and Rakim's 1987 hit "Paid in Full."

XXL obtained a statement from Kanye West's reps.

Kanye West has the utmost respect for Cara Lewis, and has had a close working relationship with her for many years. The decision to change agencies is based on Kanye's continuing desire to diversify and search for new opportunities.

Earlier this year, the "Wolves" rapper unveiled his fashion line with Adidas, which includes his newest Yeezy sneakers. West is also prepping the release of his seventh album, So Help Me God.

Wale recently released a new song entitled "The Summer League" featuring West and Ty Dolla $ign. West and Dolla $ign have been putting in a noticeable amount of work together in the studio as of late. The TGOD crooner has contributed to West and Paul McCartney's recent collaborations, including the ballad "Only One" and Rihanna's "FourFiveSeconds."

What do you think of Kanye West's decision to part ways with CAA? What things would you like to see West involved in, aside from music and fashion? Sound off in the comment section.

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