Following a polarizing promotional campaign, Kanye West rolled out his eighth solo album ye to streaming services on Friday morning (June 1). After being told it was a 2006 picture showing liquor, cigarettes and drug paraphernalia in Houston's home, he questioned why the rappers would use the image as an album cover.
Artists featured on the album, the shortest in Kanye's catalogue, include Nicki Minaj, Kid Cudi and Charlie Wilson.
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Words on the album art reads "I hate being Bi-Polar /It's awesome".
Kanye West has debuted his new album, Ye, after months of volatile online behaviour and commentary. Houston's ex-husband Bobby Brown did, and he's upset about it. He came out in support of Donald Trump, rocking a Make America Great Again hat which was signed by the President of the United States. No caller ID. [Kanye says], 'Hey, yeah, I think we should change the artwork.' And, 'I like this other artwork. He confirms he's bipolar and calls it his "superpower". "She's just in the stage of 'but I love him!' Until then let her pretend he's changed and they'll be a happy family". I'm a superhero! - "Menacing / Extacy"I said, "Slavery a choice".
Ye is only 23 minutes long, which may disappoint fans of the 21-time Grammy victor, but that's what the replay button is there for. Instead audiences are left with a not-even-half-hour justification of his recent actions, complete with reprehensible, provocative lines like "Russell Simmons wanna pray for me too / I'ma pray for him 'cause he got #MeToo'd".