Kanye West has updated the lyrics to the opening song of his new album YE, a week after its release. The outspoken star, who is known to be a perfectionist, has reworked a verse in one of his tracks to include a few new remarks about slavery, echoing his controversial comments suggesting it was a choice for many African-Americans for 400 years.
The eight studio album of most famous musician on the planet was released last week, and it is already raising all sorts of controversies.
Ye (2018) has only 7 tracks on it, and is 23:41 minutes long, which is not an usual thing for a new album.
But Kanye had to cut some song from it, because they were full of his thoughts about African-Americans, slavery and racism.
And his ideas are all wrong, if you have read Kanye's interview for TMZ, in which he said that slaves are the main reason slavery was even possible.
Now we got news that he had to rewrite some lyrics as well, so he could keep at least some tracks on the album.
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