Published: Sat, June 02, 2018
Life&Culture | By Peggy Hughes

Bobby Brown Wants to Slap Kanye West for 'Daytona' Cover

Bobby Brown Wants to Slap Kanye West for 'Daytona' Cover

Rapper Kanye West released his eighth studio album, titled "Ye", on Friday.

Kanye West's new album "Ye" includes personal revelations. With guest spots from Nicki Minaj, Ty Dolla $ign, Young Thug and Jeremih, it is a brutally honest chronicle of West's recent struggles, beginning with the jarring "I Thought About Killing You". The event was livestreamed online, and featured a select group of celebrities such as Chris Rock, along with journalists from the industry, who detailed the party on social media.

"I don't know you saying it, but let 'em hear this", she then says, concluding the album. "That sounds like a choice", he said at the time.

The lyrics spill ALL the tea by addressing Tristan Thompson's cheating scandal, Kanye's own mental health, and the KUWTK star's reaction to his controversial TMZ Live interview. And I wasn't even going to ask you to pay for that. "That we're the human race", he concluded. Off the top of my head I think of Kanye and his shared dragon energy with US President Donald Trump, the Kanye-signed Make America Great Again cap, and Kanye shaving his head in honour of Parkland Shooting survivor Emma González. Wife calling screaming saying we're about to lose it all.

"This what they mean when they say/'For better or for worse, ' huh?" he says.

The 2006 image used on the new album was also used on a National Enquirer cover for a story about the singer, People reported.

Kanye also raps that being bipolar is his "superpower" and alludes to his previous admission of an opioid addiction ("Yikes").

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