Kanye West previews new music. In the midst of the controversy surrounding his love for President Donald Trump, Yeezy invited TMZ founder Harvey Levin to his office, where he dropped a freestyle about slavery and “white dominance.”
“Hopped off the Amistad and made ‘I’m a God,'” raps Kanye while wearing Trump’s red “Make America Great Again” hat. “It’s always a lituation when I’m involved / I say what they say when the mic is off…Parents are the strippers, strip kids of their confidence / Teach white dominance / Question your common sense / I’ve been washed in tradition that I’ma rinse.”
It’s unclear whether this song will appear on any of Kanye’s upcoming releases. West plans on dropping new projects from Pusha T, Nas, Teyana Taylor, himself, and Kids See Ghost (a joint effort with Kid Cudi) between May and June. Each project will feature 7 songs produced entirely by Kanye. West’s LP won’t be exclusive to any streaming platform, according to the report.
Recently, a source told TMZ that West has been acting erratically following business moves. “Harvey Levin of TMZ your hearing from your future president,” West tweeted. “Let’s be friends. Please never use the word erratic to describe a person who is economically and psychologically empowered.” TMZ now says the erratic claims are “off base.”