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Kanye West Seeks to Trademark “Yews” for Clothing, Footwear, and Accessories



Kanye West is reportedly seeking to trademark the phrase “Yews.” The trademark application was filed on June 1, 2023, with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. The application lists West as the applicant and “Yews” as the mark.

The application also states that the mark will be used in connection with a variety of goods and services, including clothing, footwear, and accessories.

The application has sparked some controversy, with some people questioning why West would want to trademark a common word. Others have speculated that the trademark could be related to West’s upcoming album, which is rumored to be titled “Yews.”

It is important to note that the trademark application has not yet been approved by the USPTO. If the application is approved, West will have the exclusive right to use the phrase “Yews” in connection with the goods and services listed in the application.

It is also worth noting that West has filed a number of other trademark applications in recent years. In 2022, he filed an application to trademark the phrase “Donda Academy,” which is the name of a private school that he has opened in Los Angeles. He has also filed applications to trademark the phrases “Sunday Service” and “Yeezus.”

It is unclear why West is so interested in trademarks. However, it is clear that he sees them as an important part of his brand.