It's 2015.

And Kanye West just dropped "Only One" featuring Paul McCartney.

Fans haven't heard a new Kanye track since the release of Yeezus and that seemingly unfinished track "God Level," which played during an adidas commercial earlier this year. There was also the leaked, unfinished snippet of "All Day," which ended up on top of the Billboard Trending 140 charts without even being officially released. But none of that quite lives up to his ultra personal track, "Only One." 

Throughout "Only One," Kanye sings from the perspective of his late mother, Donda West. The record serves as his vision of her feelings towards his marriage and newfound fatherhood. It's available on iTunes, so who needs Kanye lullabies when you have this?

Grab a bottle of champagne and have a toast, while streaming "Only One" below, but grab a tissue while you're at it. Stream it on Kanye's site right now.

Kanye also just dropped a handwritten version of the lyrics, which you can read below:

And just for the record, Kim and Kanye are still in love, haters.