In his first album since 2016's "The Life of Pablo", West addresses recent events.
Last week, the album's executive producer Kanye West made jaws drop by putting out the shocking cover.
R&B veteran Bobby Brown probably doesn't have Daytona in steady rotation right about now. After being told it was a 2006 picture showing liquor, cigarettes and drug paraphernalia in Houston's home, he questioned why the rappers would use the image as an album cover.
Your eyes are not deceiving you: The album indeed only contains seven tracks, which actually makes good on Kanye's April promise. He mentioned the ongoing drama between his sister-in-law Khloe Kardashian and her baby's father, Tristan Thompson.More news: NBA Finals 2018: Warriors Win Game 1 Despite LeBron's Heroics
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The album art has also not yet been revealed, but you can already buy some Wyoming-geared Ye merch over here. "/ That's my superpower, n***a ain't no disability / I'm a superhero, I'm a superhero". "And I'm just the person to do it".
"Russell Simmons wanna pray for me too / Imma pray for him cuz he got #MeToo'd / Thinkin' what if that happened to me too".
"Today I seriously thought about killing you/I contemplated, premeditated murder/And I think about killing myself, and I love myself way more than I love you, so..."
"Now I'm on 50 blogs gettin" 50 calls / My wife callin", screamin', say, "we "bout to lose it all!'"
Despite the controversies, fans are reacting positively to "Ye".