Kanye West’s presence is felt on Pusha T’s new album It’s Almost Dry, which dropped Friday.
In addition to executive producing the album with Pharrell, Ye is featured on “Dreamin of the Past” and “Rock N Roll.” On both tracks, he opens up about his family drama that has made headlines in the wake of his divorce from Kim Kardashian. However, he stops short of attacking his ex or her boyfriend, Pete Davidson.
“Born in the manger, the son of a stranger / When daddy’s not home, the family’s in danger,” he raps on “Dreamin of the Past,” echoing his previous sentiments about keeping his family together.
On “Rock N Roll,” which also features Kid Cudi, the father of four addresses his custody issues and tension between him and his ex-wife.
“I ain’t come to pick up the kids to pick a fight,” raps Ye, who previously claimed that Kim wouldn’t allow him inside her home to see their kids.
After a series of social media outbursts, which led to a temporary Instagram ban, Ye reportedly told Kim that he was “going away to get help” and agreed to stop harassing his estranged wife and cyberbullying Davidson.
He canceled his Coachella performance and was spotted in Utah with his girlfriend Chaney Jones.
“I just want him to be happy,” Kim told the “Not Skinny Not Fat” podcast when asked about Ye and his new girlfriend. “She seems like the sweetest. Whatever makes you happy, I don’t care what it is.”