Kanye West releases highly-anticipated album ye

Kanye West releases highly-anticipated album ye

The rapper revealed how Kardashian West reacted after his comments about slavery on one track. He appears to have changed that at least once however.

If you're a fan of hip-hop, last night you might have tuned into the live stream of West's album listening party hosted in the middle of a field among the mountains of Wyoming. "She told you not to do that", Kanye raps. Leading up to the release date, the project's name changed several times.

The 7-song, 23-minute album is an alarm alerting that the Kanye bubble has burst.

Before we share some of Twitter's reactions, re-visit the album below. Music president Pusha-T hyped up Ye's new album. The People and Lift Yourself.

On the opening track, I Thought About Killing You, Kanye raps about suicidal thoughts.

There are no Jordan Peterson features, #Pizzagate references, or double-downs on "slavery was a choice"-though we do learn, on the emotional "Wouldn't Leave", that this most nuclear of takes nearly ended his marriage to Kim Kardashian". "Sometimes I scare myself/ Shit can get menacing, frightening", he sings on "Yikes", which name-drops Russell Simmons ("Russell Simmons wanna pray for me too/ I'mma pray for him cuz he got #Metoo'd"), TMZ, North Korea and 'Ye's avowed superpower ("that's my bipolar shit/ ain't no disability/ I'm a superhero) over a grinding beat and the hook "Sometimes I scare myself, myself".

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The rapper also touches on the #MeToo movement, almost losing Kim Kardashian, Tristan Thompson's cheating scandal and his hopes for his daughters on Ye.

Read the credits, adapted from Spotify and Tidal, below. Uncredited guests include Kid Cudi, Jeremih, Ty Dolla $ign, and Nicki Minaj.

"I don't know you saying it, but let 'em hear this", she then says, concluding the album. Kanye, after all, has spent the better part of the last decade snatching victory from the jaws of self-created defeat. Instead opting to use a picture of the scenery at his Jackson Hole, Wyoming, studio.

Kardashian, 37, tweeted that her husband of four years shot the artwork with his iPhone on their way to the listening party.

Instead, he went with a very last-minute option that included the phrase "I hate being Bi-Polar its awesome" in neon green. Whereas West's previous works distilled his larger than life identity and personal narrative into inventive, relatable, and most importantly fun music, there's little pleasure to be found on ye.

Rumors began swirling that it had due to a misleading Reddit post.

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