Bobby Brown Wants to Slap Kanye West for 'Daytona' Cover

Jun 02, 2018, 00:58
Bobby Brown Wants to Slap Kanye West for 'Daytona' Cover

Kanye West has officially released his new album, called Ye.

The rapper showcased his new material at an invite-only party in Wyoming on Thursday night, where he'd been recording. Uncredited guests include Kid Cudi, Jeremih, Ty Dolla $ign, and Nicki Minaj. The rapper received heavy criticism for a slew of controversial opinions, which included outspoken support of President Trump and saying slavery sounds like a "choice" on a live interview segment with TMZ.

Those views aside, the general consensus is that it absolutely bangs.

What's your thoughts on ye?

Ye is available for listening starting today on Apple Music, iTunes, Spotify and Tidal.

In case you somehow missed the news, Thompson was accused of cheating on girlfriend Khloé Kardashian multiple times during Kardashian's pregnancy, with a few of the alleged incidents even caught on camera.

"My wife callin", screamin", say, "we "bout to lose it all!'/Had to calm her down 'cause she couldn't breathe/Told her she could leave me now/But she wouldn't leave", West raps on the track.

"When you hear about slavery for 400 years, for 400 years?"

Kanye delves deeper into his mental health struggles on Yikes, calling his Bipolar disorder his "super power".

Kanye shared the photo with a friend, Identified only as Wes, writing, 'I want to forgive and stop hating'. Kanye, after all, has spent the better part of the last decade snatching victory from the jaws of self-created defeat. 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.