Kanye West has had an interesting year to say the least. From his Twitter rants to his comments during his TMZ interview, the rapper has been making headlines and keeping media outlets buzzing. He recently sat down with Jimmy Kimmel to discuss his year thus far, his recent music projects, bipolar disorder, and "breaking the simulation." In true Kanye fashion, he is keeping the buzz going with the release of his new song "XTCY."
West took to Twitter and retweeted a tweet from DJ and Producer, Clark Kent. The tweet read, “Sitting in the studio with my man Kanye West and he said… ‘Clark, let that new “XTCY” joint go!!!'” The cover art for the single features a photo of the five Kardashian-Jenner sisters at Kylie Jenner's recent 21st birthday party. The girls are all sitting down, looking gorgeous as always, and giving the camera a middle finger. The artwork is presumably inspired by the lyric in the song where West raps, “You got a sister-in-law you would smash? I got four of ‘em.”
The link to download the song has since been deleted, so unfortunately it is no longer available to stream. However, if we know Ye, he's got something up his sleeves. Keep checking back for updates on Kanye and "XTCY."