Kanye West recently took to Twitter and shared his thoughts on changes that should be made in the future with record deals, and how artists should approach their deals.

West laid out seven points that highlighted what should be changed, including artists owning their masters and artists being able to lease their music to publishers and labels for a short period of time. West also highlighted lawyers, saying lawyers are the first thing that should be changed about record deals. The rapper said, “the first thing that changes about Record Deals is actually lawyers. We need Plain English contracts. A Lawyers role is to IMPROVE deals…. not charge for contracts we cannot understand or track. Re-write deals to be understandable from FIRST READ. West also talked about advances for artists from labels and advised artists not to accept them from labels, saying they are essentially just a loan with a 75% interest rate.