Moving on? Kanye West's Calabasas studio gets packed up after the rapper's hospitalization

It appears Kanye West might be bidding adieu to his Calabasas studio.

Movers were spotted on Thursday emptying out the 39-year-old's personal work space, packing up various design and fashion boards into their white truck.

This follows the rapper's release from UCLA Medical Center on November 30 after behind held in psychiatric ward due to 'sleep deprivation' and 'dehydration' for 10 days.

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Moving on: Kanye West's studio was seen emptying out by movers and trucks on Thursday in Calabasas, California

Much of Kanye's music projects as well as fashion ideas for his clothing line took place in his studio.

However, with the singer's recent hospitalization incident, he appears to be taking a significant turn in his career, as TMZ claimed the artist is redirecting his music with a new album in the making.

The outlet reported Kanye has been recording in a temporary studio in his Bel-Air Mansion, which he shares with his wife Kim Kardashian, 36.

Sources close to Kanye told TMZ that 'he's been more relaxed and focused.' His studio gives him the 'privacy he needs to get healthy, while also making new music as ideas come to him.'

Changes: After the 39-year-old rapper was released from the hospital, sources have claimed he is redirecting his music, recording out of a temporary studio in his Bel-Air mansion

Goodbye: Movers were seen packing up different fashion and design boards - based on Kanye's clothing line

The father-of-two is also focusing his attention on the $20 million mansion he bought with Kim in 2014 in Hidden Hills, California, as TMZ reports they are currently expanding the master bedroom.

The site claimed they are building a fully equipped music lab inside the house as Kanye has been working closely with contractors.

His first public appearance since his incident was coincidentally at Rick Owens' furniture exhibit last week, suggesting he was getting inspired for ideas. 

Meanwhile, Kanye has been spotted twice since his release; once sporting newly-dyed blonde hair and the second time riding bikes with his friends and bodyguards. 

First-time appearance: The father-of-two was seen publicly for the first time since he left UCLA Medical Center at Rick Owens' furniture exhibit as he sported new blonde hair

His appearance comes a day after multiple reports emerged claiming Kim is thinking about divorcing her husband and wants custody of their children.

A source alleged to UsWeekly: 'It will take some time before she can do anything, but doesn't want to stay married to him.' 

'She cares about Kanye and feels relieved he is getting the help he needs,' the insider added. 'But she's felt trapped for a while.'

A source told DailyMail that the two are doing fine as they work through his recovery. 'The divorce rumours are totally false and without merit,' said the insider. 

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Split reports were also shot down by Kim's best friend Jonathan Cheban on Wednesday night, when he told that he had just FaceTimed with the couple while attending the Unwrap The Holidays event in New York City.

Before Kanye was admitted to UCLA last month, he cancelled the 21 remaining dates on his Saint Pablo Tour following incessant rants on Beyoncé and Jay-Z as well as Donald Trump and ending concerts early.

The rapper's close friend Fonzworth Bentley told Page Six on Thursday about some of the issues plaguing the rapper.

'He never mourned his mother, and that’s at the root of this, and you don’t have to be a clinical psychologist to figure that out. That is at the core of this. I think a lot of these things are coming up and coming out now,' Bentley said.

West's mother Donda died in November 2007 of complications from cosmetic surgery.

Shot down: Reports were shut down by Kim's best friend Jonathan Cheban, however, as he told on Wednesday he just FaceTimed the couple

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