Last week, a new collection of poetry and lyrics written by Leonard Cohen was posthumously released. The collection, entitled The Flame, features Cohen’s work before his death in November 2016. However, as singer-songwriter Amanda Shires noted in a recent Twitter post, The Flame also features a poem titled “Kanye West Is Not Picasso,” which is more-or-less like Cohen releasing a Yeezy dis track from the grave. In addition to Kanye, Cohen also takes shots at Jay-Z (“Jay-Z is not the Dylan of Anything”) and “the great bogus shift of bullshit culture.”

Leonard Cohen penned the spicy poem on March 15th, 2015. As Consequence Of Sound notes, “Kanye West Is Not Picasso” was most probably written in response to Kanye West’s comments earlier that month at Oxford University, when he compared himself to the famed Spanish painter. During the Oxford Guild address, Kanye is on record as saying,

My goal, if I was going to do art, fine art, would have been to become Picasso or greater… That always sounds so funny to people, comparing yourself to someone who has done so much, and that’s a mentality that suppresses humanity. … If I could have done it again, I would have gone to the Art Institute over the American Academy.

You can read Leonard Cohen’s “Kanye West Is Not Picasso” below.

Kanye West is not Picasso
I am Picasso
Kanye West is not Edison
I am Edison
I am Tesla
Jay-Z is not the Dylan of Anything
I am the Dylan of anything
I am the Kanye West of Kanye West
The Kanye West
Of the great bogus shift of bullshit culture
From one boutique to another
I am Tesla
I am his coil
The coil that made electricity soft as a bed
I am the Kanye West Kanye West thinks he is
When he shoves your ass off the stage
I am the real Kanye West
I don’t get around much anymore
I never have
I only come alive after a war
And we have not had it yet

[H/T Consequence Of Sound]