- 18 Jan 22
Listen to Ye and The Game's new single below, exclusively on Spotify.
Ye (Kanye West) and long-time collaborator The Game have teamed up for new single, 'Eazy'.
The track features a sample from Eazy-E's 1988 track 'Eazy Duz It' and includes references to his pending divorce from Kim Kardashian. Ye includes the line "God saved me from that crash, just so I could beat Pete Davidson's ass," referencing his ex partner's new relationship.
He also touches on parenting and buying a house across the street from where Kardashian currently lives.
"My solace comes from seeing my kids and getting a solid schedule,” Ye said in an interview with Hollywood Unlocked. “That’s why I even got the house. They flipped it in the media like it was something wrong with me getting a house next to my kids.”
The new release follows a video of West on the phone with producer DJ Premier. The video shows Ye and The Game together in the studio, exciting fans for the impending release.
“We about to just control the sound of music, it’s up to us now, period,” Ye said on the call.
'Eazy' is Ye's second release in January, the first being his Balenciaga/GAP collaboration video for single, 'Heaven and Hell.'
Earlier this month it was announced that Ye is set to headline the Coachella music festival in 2022 after recently dropping the trailer for his three-part jeen-Yuhs documentary.
Listen to the 24-hour Spotify exclusive 'Eazy (feat. The Game)' below.
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