Kanye West (Ye) takes a shot at comedian Pete Davidson in his latest single, “Eazy”. Produced by Hit-Boy, the track sees West join forces with Compton, CA’s The Game.
Ye touches on a variety of topical subjects throughout “Eazy”, out now via 100 Entertainment, Inc. After The Game’s opening verse and the titular refrain, “My life was never easy,” West launches into a long string of bars. In addition to exclaiming, “God saved me from that crash/Just so I can beat Pete Davidson’s ass,” Ye makes reference to his mental health, which has long been a topic of conversation surrounding the controversial musician and billionaire entrepreneur.
“Mr. Narcissist,” tell me ’bout my arrogance/No more counselin’, I don’t negotiate with therapists/God Ye, wanna let God in?/But tonight, I guess I’ll let my pride win,” says West before finding a foothold in lyrics about his ongoing divorce from Kim Kardashian and the parental differences between him and the mother of his four children.
“We havin’ the best divorce ever/If we go to court, we’ll go to court together/Matter of fact, pick up your sis, we’ll go to Kourt’s together,” Kanye raps before calling out her parental skills, “When you give ’em everything, they only want more/Boujee and unruly, y’all need to do some chores/Rich ass kids, this ain’t yo mama house/Climb on your brother’s shoulders, get that Top Ramen out.”
Listen to the newest track from Kanye West and The Game, “Eazy”, via the player below.
Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival recently announced West as the day three headliner when the event takes place at Indio, CA’s Empire Polo Club on April 15th–17th and again on April 22nd–24th. This will mark Ye’s only scheduled performances in 2022. Head to the festival’s website for tickets and more information.
Kanye West – “Eazy”
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