Kanye West has given us another new song ‘Ye vs The People’ and this time he doesn’t seem to be trolling.
Yesterday, he delivered ‘Lift Yourself’ containing a gibberish verse that caught everybody off-guard. On ‘Ye Vs The People’ he’s taking things more seriously, explaining the reasoning behind his support of Trump.
The track also features T.I. and sees the pair locked in a debate about Yeezy’s political position.
“I know Obama was Heaven-sent / But ever since Trump won, it proved that I could be President,” he raps at one point.
As well as sharing the new song, he’s seemingly revealed the cover for his new album which is due for release on 1st June.
The cover is a picture of plastic surgeon Jan Adams, the man who performed the final surgery on Kanye’s mother Donda West. She died in 2007, the day after a procedure.
“I want to forgive and stop hating,” Kanye wrote explaining the cover.
Yeezy is due to release two albums in June. He’ll drop his own solo record on 1st June and follow it up with a Kid Cudi collaboration on 8th June.
Check out the new song here. It’s unknown yet whether or not it will make the record.