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Kanye West concludes a week of controversy-laden tweeting with new song

KC Orcutt

Β // Apr 28, 2018

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It has been a bit of an exhausting week keeping up with Kanye West and his ever-evolving philosophy book (aka his Twitter).

To end things on an equally confusing, frustrating and perhaps hilarious footing, 'Ye has uploaded a new track to his website, kanyewest.com.

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West teased the song's existence earlier in the day (April 27), revealing that it is titled "Lift Yourself" and was recorded with the intention of bringing "Ebro the closure he's been seeking."

The pair previously had a back-and-forth over a disagreement regarding West's support of Candace Owens, resulting in 'Ye calling into Hot 97 to repeatedly tell Ebro "I love you."

The track itself, which marks his first offering since 2016, is certainly not what one would expect from the "Old Kanye," to say the very least.

We suggest listening to this one for yourself, while fans are already taking to Twitter to digest the unconventional song and make sense of what appears to be the latest lesson from Kanye West's master class on trolling. Like it or not, this just might mark the return of G.O.O.D Fridays...

See how fans are reacting to the new track and its unexpected lyrics, below.

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