WATCH: Kanye West and T.I. Work on "Ye Vs. The People"

See how the two came to understand each other's perspectives

May 1, 2018
Kanye West performs during the closing ceremony for the 2015 Pan Am Games / T.I. performs at halftime of a game between the Atlanta Hawks and Cleveland Cavaliers

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It's been an interesting few days and weeks for Kanye West. Ye graced fans with a couple new tracks from his soon-to-be-released new album, but also took a lot of heat for his political opinions. 

Look, to be honest, we really aren't here to talk about politics. We 'bout the music. However, a pretty fascinating new video was just released from Ye (or his team, we don't know). The video show's "Ye vs. the People" collaborator T.I. asking Kanye what a good number of y'all probably want to ask.   

Of course, if you've have had a chance to hear "Ye vs. the People" you know it's essentially a political and cultural back and forth between the two rappers. But what makes the video so interesting is watching Tip try to understand Kanye's point of view in order to contribute to the counterpoint on the track. Watch the whole NSFW clip below:

Meanwhile, Kanye also dropped "Lift Yourself" last week (April 27), which features Ye spitting some bizarre bars like "poop-diddy, whoop-scoop / Poop, poop / Scoop-diddy-whoop / Whoop-diddy-scoop
Whoop-diddy-scoop, poop." The track also heavily samples the 1973 Amnesty track "Liberty."