Mon, 01 March 2010 00:20:49 ET
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'Made it to the hills. People are really gona (sic) panic when those alarms start ringing in 30 mins,' producer Plain Pat, who is working with the 'Heartless' rapper for new album, tweets.
Recording sessions for Kanye West
's new album has been halted by tsunami warning. The Grammy-winning rapper and his music crew were reportedly in Hawaii to work on his latest album when the tropical island's authorities issued an evacuation warning for possible tsunami after a massive 8.8 earthquake rocked Chile.
Giving first-hand account of the evacuation was producer Plain Pat in a series of tweets. Among his tweets, he shared, "Made it to the hills. People are really gona (sic) panic when those alarms start ringing in 30 mins." His other tweets read, "All my mpc disks are at the studio" and "Riiiing the Alaaaarm."
Kanye West and his G.O.O.D music crew weren't the only Hollywood people affected by the Hawaii tsunami warning. The stars of "Lost" had been bracing themselves for the massive waves. Series star Daniel Dae Kim told E! News he even canceled his trip to Los Angeles on Saturday to stay with his family.
In a phone interview with E!, creator Damon Lindelof assured, "All our cast and crew is accounted for and safely away from coastal areas " He added, "Jorge Garcia continues to thrash me in Scrabble via iPhone from Ken Leung's house. Our entire team in Hawaii appreciates all the positive energy being sent their way."
On Saturday, February 27 hours after a massive 8.8 earthquake hit Chile and had the potential to generate a devastating wave, authorities in Hawaii issued a tsunami warning. However, by 5 P.M. the same day, the Pacific Tsunami Warning center called off the warning.
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