The track features a signature monotone beat that Ye has become known for, alongside a sample from Eazy E.
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“Mr. Narcissist, tell me about my arrogance / No more counseling, I don’t negotiate with therapists,” West, who changed his name to Ye last year, raps on the track.
Ye also disses soon-to-be-ex-wife Kim Kardashian‘s rumored boyfriend Pete Davidson with the line: “God saved me from the crash / just so I could beat Pete Davidson’s a–.” The line references his near-fatal car crash in 2002 when he fell asleep at the wheel and had his jaw wired shut.
“And my new b—- bad / Illuminati mad,” he follows up with.
Earlier this week, Ye told DJ Premier that he was ready to release new music. The Game and Pusha-T were recently spotted in the studio with Ye, hinting at upcoming collaborations. “Eazy” comes ahead of Ye’s upcoming Donda 2 project and The Game’s Drillmatic album.
Listen to the full track on Spotify below:
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