In between setting all of Twitter ablaze with his recent batch of tweets and praising Donald Trump, Kanye West has found time to preview his new music for a select few.
The latest to be privy to new tunes from ‘Ye is TMZ founder Harvey Levin. In the video, which appears to be recorded by Levin, a moody beat plays in the background as Kanye offers up some lyrics.
While sporting a Make America Great Again hat, Kanye raps “Hopped off the Amistad and made ‘I’m a God’/ It’s always a lit-uation when I’m involved/ See I say what they say when the mic is off/ Parents are the strippers, strip kids of they confidence/ Teach white dominance, question ya common sense.”
After letting loose a few bars, Kanye informs Harvey “that’s enough.”
TMZ reports that the meetup happened after Kanye refuted the outlet’s claims that he’d been acting erratically and invited Levin to his office. The new report described Kanye as “laser-focused” and said the claims about him being mid-meltdown were “way off base.”
During the meeting, Levin heard around 10 songs that featured Ye, Teyana Taylor, Nas, Kid Cudi and Pusha T that were “awesome.”
Kanye had previously previewed new music while chopping it up with radio host Charlamagne Tha God last week.
“I heard some music, but we weren’t really building about music,” Charlamagne said during an April 19 episode of The Breakfast Club.