Kanye West Pays Tribute to His Mother on New Song ‘DONDA’
Written by B87FM on July 13, 2020
On what would have been her 71st birthday, Kanye West is paying tribute to his late mom.
On Sunday, the rapper-turned-presidential hopeful shared a shock music known as “DONDA,” which opens along with his mother, Dr. Donda West, reciting the highly effective lyrics to KRS-One’s “Sound of da Police.”
“There can by no means actually be justice on stolen land,” she says. “Are you actually for peace and equality? Or when my automobile’s connected — know you wanna comply with me? Your legal guidelines are minimal since you received’t even take into consideration the actual legal.”
Ye is available in 90 seconds into the observe to rap about beginning a revolution, faux leaders, and racism. “Mama I would like you to tuck me in / I performed made some errors they usually rubbed it in,” he raps. “I do know you and grandma had sufficient of them / Why I gotta be so cussed then? / I’m doin this one for y’all / So we will finish racism as soon as and for all.”
He shared a visible together with a message to his mom, who died in 2007 from surgical procedure issues. “In loving reminiscence of my unimaginable mom on her birthday 🕊 My mother reciting KRS1 lyrics,” he tweeted. “This music is named DONDA.”
Earlier within the day, Kim Kardashian shared a throwback video of her husband and his mom rapping alongside to his 2005 music “Hey Mama.”