Kanye West—now known as Ye—and the Game have teamed up for numerous collaborations over the years. They’ve teamed up for 2005’s “Crack Music,” 2007’s “Wouldn’t Get Far,” 2012’s “Jesus Piece,” and 2015’s “Mula.” Now, they extend their history with another new single. Listen to “Eazy” below.
In “Eazy,” Ye raps about parenting and his pending divorce from Kim Kardashian, including his recent purchase of the house across the street from where Kardiashian currently lives. “God saved me from that crash, just so I could beat Pete Davidson’s ass,” he adds, alluding to Kardashian’s current relationship with the comedian.
This week, it was officially announced that Ye will headline Coachella 2022. He also fully detailed the Netflix three-part documentary series Jeen-Yuhs. During the NCAA college football championship game brodcast, he premiered the new music video for “Heaven and Hell.”
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