The song premiered Friday night via WPWX Power 92 Chicago with a snippet surfacing online shortly after it was played on the radio. It features Bump J opening the track before Durkio joins with his trademark street rhymes.
Kanye follows up after his Chicago brethren and dropped the controversial "How I'm anti-semitic, I just fucked a Jewish bitch" verse that leaked online earlier this week while also referencing Scooter Braun. The song has yet to be officially released or hit streaming platforms. You can listen to the snippet below.
The leadup to this new single has been eventful with reports of Ye, Ty, and crew putting in work on their upcoming collaborative album in Alula, Saudi Arabia. An influencer in the country shared footage of the area outside the tent as well as Ye doing something on his phone.
Prior to the premiere of the song, footage surface of Ye's "Jewish bitch" line from "Vultures." It's important to note that Ye has a history of making anti-semitic comments over the last few years, and this line is no different.
In the past, Ye has said he will go "death con 3 on Jewish people," mentioned the “Jewish underground media mafia,” praised Hitler during an appearance on InfoWars in which he said he can see "good" in him, and more.