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Kanye West Releases Surprise Song "Someday We'll All Be Free" On Alex Jones' 'Infowars'
On Wednesday, Kanye West released new track "Someday We'll All Be Free" on Infowars, a far-right conspiracy theory website owned by Alex Jones.
Kanye Westhas taken his public controversies to the recording booth. On Wednesday (December 7), the Donda 2 artist premiered new song "Someday We'll All Be Free" on Alex Jones' far-right conspiracy theory website Infowars. The song, which samples the 1973 Donnie Hathaway song of the same name, was also sampled on JAY-Z's 2017 444 track "Legacy."
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"Wakin' up to 'I can't do this anymore' texts (Woo)/And the Bible said I can't have any more sex 'til marriage (Woo, woo)," Ye raps on the song. "No drip 'til Paris (Paris)/The meek shall flourish (Flourish)/So where's my heiress? (Heiress)/You wouldn't understand ('Stand)/How thin this air is (Air is)/Your friends just starin' (Starin')/Everyone's a Karen (Karen)."
At the end of his first verse, the artist formerly known as Kanye West references his public downfall in recent months.
"Y'all know honestly, y'all all honor me/I know 'cause the headlines why you wanna leave/You knew I follow God, so you should follow me," he rhymes.
By the second verse, he mentions his infamous "death con" tweet, which got him suspended from Twitter.
"I ain't never rocked with none of y'all, no way (No way)/And I'm pullin' up in that white OJ (Ayy)," he raps. "Used to wear watch filled with the O'Sheas/Jackson if you nasty/Tweeted 'death con,' now we past three(It won't be long, take it from me, someday—)/Tweeted 'death con,' now we past three."
The outro features a clip of Ye expressing his love for Hitler during a questionable visit to Infowars last week. No word on if "Someday We'll All Be Free" will be the official music for his 2024 presidential run, but the song is his latest song since "Use This Gospel (Remix)" with Eminem on DJ Khaled's new album God Did.