Kanye West dropped a new song called “No More Parties in L.A.” on Monday.
It’s another miraculous track from Yeezus.
Rapper Kanye West dropped a head-bobbing new single, “No More Parties in L.A.,” on Monday in advance of next month’s highly anticipated album, “Swish.”
The polarizing artist teamed up with fellow hip-hop superstar Kendrick Lamar for the fast-paced track — marking the first time the two industry icons have rapped alongside each other in a song.
In the single, West begs his world-famous wife, Kim Kardashian, to stop dragging him to swanky shindigs in Los Angeles — instead implying he’s shifted his focus towards taking care of his family.
“Please baby no more parties in L.A.,” he pleads in the chorus, before later adding, “When did I become A list? I wasn’t even on a list.”
The 38-year-old rapper also makes his first lyrical reference to his 1-month-old son, Saint, in the song, rapping: “I be worried ’bout my daughter, I be worried ’bout Kim. But Saint is baby Ye, I ain’t worried ’bout him.”
Kardashian announced earlier this month that her husband planned to drop a new single from “Swish” every Friday leading up to its Feb. 11 release — a weekly promotion she called “G.O.O.D. Fridays” in reference to West’s G.O.O.D Music label.
West held true to that promise by sharing “Real Friends” on Jan. 8 — but the rapper delayed the release of “No More Parties in L.A.” for three days because he was tending to business in Italy.
“I soooo didn’t mean to lie to you guys about GOOD FRIDAYS coming back,” Kardashian tweeted early Sunday morning. “Kanye flew to Italy for a (Yeezy) Season 3 fitting.”
Kendrick Lamar is featured in the song, marking the first time the two hip-hop stars have teamed up together in a track.
“He flew (a producer) out with him so he could finish “No More Parties In La” & wrote 90 bars on the plane there!” she added.
“Swish” serves as the follow-up to West’s critically acclaimed 2013 album, “Yeezus,” which topped the charts in more than 30 countries and was nominated for best rap album at the 2014 Grammys.
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