Kanye West has shared his first piece of music since he became the face of modern antisemitism in recent months.
Last week, while appearing in Alex Jones’ InfoWars programme, Jones attempted to defend West from comparisons to Adolf Hitler, which led to Ye defending Hitler. Astonishingly, West decided that it would be appropriate to say that he believes that there were some upsides to the man who spearheaded the Holocaust.
“I see good things about Hitler,” West told Jones. “I love everyone and Jewish people are not going to tell me: You can love us and you can love what we’re doing to you with the contracts, and you can love what we’re pushing with the pornography,” West rambled. “But this guy [Hitler] that invented highways and invented the very microphone that I use as a musician, you can’t say out loud that this person ever did anything good.”
His antisemitism began with a tweet about him going “deathcon” to the Jewish community, which is referenced in his new single, ‘Someday We’ll All Be Free’. Ye shared the track on his Instagram and also premiered it on InfoWars.
On the track, Ye finishes it by saying, “Tweeted deathcon, Now we past three”. West discusses the self-inflicted controversies which have surrounded his life in recent months and, seemingly, tries to act like the victim.
West raps: “You wouldn’t understand, How thin this air is, Friends just staring, And everyone’s a Karen, When they claim they care and wasn’t given a fair hand.”
He later adds: “Temptation at a mere glance, I forgot what fear is, I forgot what fear is, I forgot what fear is, Other than the fear off almighty yashua, Who knew ya, Before you knew who you was.”
Listen to ‘Someday We’ll Be Free’ below.