Kanye West‘s upcoming music once again coveys his own personal difficulties in his family. His song Almost Dry, which came out on Friday, seems to allude to his divorce from ex-wife Kim Kardashian in two of his songs, Dreamin of the Past and Rock N Roll.
Kanye West raps about his family issue and Kim Kardashian’s divorce in a new song
As said by the audience in Dreamin Of The Past, Kanye raps, “I used to watch The Fresh Prince and pray the house would be mine / Coulda bought it, but I ain’t like the way the kitchen design.” Kanye also raps, “Born in the manger, the son of a stranger … When daddy’s not home, the family’s in danger.” Then, on Rock N Roll, a collaboration also featuring Kid Cudi, West says, “I ain’t come to pick up the kids to pick a fight,” seemingly in reference to his custody arrangement with Kim Kardashian, 41.
In March, West shared a Snapshot on the Instagram of North’s bag decorated with three pins — one of an alien, one of Kardashian’s face, and another of West’s face — with his statement, “This was on my daughter’s backpack when I was ‘allowed’ to visit her last week.” In a since-deleted comment on the post, Kardashian asked West to “stop with this narrative.” After a long period of seven years of their marriage, Kardashian filed for divorce from West in February 2021.
Kardashian has subsequently moved on in her life with Saturday Night Live comedian Pete Davidson, She went Offical on Instagram about her relationship with Pete Davidson on 11th March, After a Week of declaring her single.
After the rumors of their connection surfaced in late 2021, Kanye West started speaking out against his estranged wife and her new partner Pete. West Drew a controversy in late March when his music video for a song by Eazy, and fellow rapper The Game, claimed to portray Davidson, 28, abducted, chained up, and buried alive by West. However, a source later said as per PEOPLE that Kardashian was “furious” over the music video.
As his career as a performer took off, West continued to work as a producer, with credits including songs by such high-profile artists as Nas, Mariah Carey, and Beyoncé. He also founded the record label GOOD Music. His third release, Graduation (2007), produced the hit singles “Good Life” and “Stronger” and garnered him four more Grammy Awards. In 2008 West released 808s and Heartbreak, an album that dwelled on feelings of personal loss and regret. Its sound differed radically from his previous releases, as West chose to sing (with the assistance of a vocal production tool called Auto-Tune) rather than rap his lyrics.