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Drizzy's new song premieres with a clip of Kim Kardashian discussing her divorce from Kanye West. It's an incredibly candid conversation between them, leading many to speculate if Drake is mocking the rapper in his music.
Last February, Kim and Ye divorced legally due to irreconcilable differences. Despite this, Kim remains close with her ex-husband; they share four children together.
On the season finale of Keeping Up With the Kardashians in 2021, Kim revealed to her mom Kris that she wanted to divorce Kanye West. Drake reportedly found inspiration for his new song "Ye Divorce" by sampling this line, prompting Internet reaction in shock at this unexpected development.
On Friday, June 17th Drizzy previewed two new songs on his SiriusXM Sound 42 show Table For One. He announced the release of his seventh studio album 'Honestly, Nevermind' and then unveiled a music video for 'Falling Back'.
The Canadian rapper then took to his Instagram story to premiere a new track, "Ye Divorce," that samples Kim Kardashian's iconic monologue from an episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians. For this particular number, 21 Savage joined him on-song for its chorus.
It's an infectious song, but it also serves as a subtle nod to Kim and Kanye, who have been at odds for some time. Despite their differences, the couple shares four kids: North, Saint, Chicago and Psalm.
According to a source close to the family, Kim and Kanye's divorce has been finalized. They filed for dissolution of their marriage on February 19th this year and it was officially approved in December.
According to a source, a judge has granted Kardashian joint legal and physical custody of her children. The split was deemed amicable, though the couple are currently not speaking.
The 41-year old star of Keeping Up With the Kardashians recently traveled to Turks and Caicos with her sisters Kourtney and Khloe and their children. While there, she shared a photo of herself and her kids taken at the Bahamas resort.
Though the Kardashians have officially split up, their presence on social media remains strong. Their brand has become so successful that it has become a major influencer within the industry.
Drake's new track "Obsession" expresses his frustration over not finding love since the end of his relationship with Kanye. But he is determined not to give up on finding it, or even attempt it. In the song, Drake sings: "I have a dream, an idea and I am going to make it happen!"
Drake recently released a song featuring Kim Kardashian discussing her divorce from Kanye West. The track, entitled "Rescue Me," debuted on Sound 42's The Fry Yiy Show and can be heard below.
Drizzy's song uses Kim Kardashian's voice from an episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians that Drizzy sampled. The clip comes from when Kim revealed to her mother Kris Jenner that she wanted a divorce from Ye.
This clip is from a season finale of the reality TV show that aired in 2021, just months after Kim and Kanye officially filed for divorce from one another.
Kim reveals in the episode that she did not come this far to "be unhappy." She intends to "move on" and is ready to "hang up my player card."
Fans are wondering if Drizzy is taking a shot at Ye with this song, using KUWTK sample as part of his composition. While there's still uncertainty as to its purpose, it certainly sounds fun and could appeal to fans' tastes.
According to XXL magazine, Drizzy's new song is an upbeat piano-led feel-good number that features Drizzy rapping about what qualities he looks for in a woman: patience, trust, honesty and ambition.
Although Canadian rapper Drake hasn't released any new music recently, he does have some other projects in development. Currently, he's working on a movie called Sprial that "follows a former influencer whose addiction to social media is causing her body to literally crumble," according to its IMDb page. Starring Selena Gomez as this alleged influencer and directed by famed music video director Petra Collins, this project promises an engaging story.
It is also worth mentioning that Drake has been spending a lot of time with his son Adonis. He shares Adonis with French artist Sophie Brussaux.
Drake also has his own radio channel called OVO Sound Radio that promotes music from all backgrounds. Its flagship show is OVO Sound Radio, a weekly curated experience featuring boundary-pushing hip-hop and R&B from around the globe. Staying up to date on Drizzy and other OVO artists has never been easier!
Nicki Minaj recently asked Drake about his love life and Drizzy revealed that he doesn't have a girlfriend. Now, Drake is searching for someone who shares more than just physical attraction with him.
Drizzy has no qualms about admitting his admiration for late pop soul vixen Aaliyah, who even features on one of his songs. Additionally, the Nigerian-British chanteuse Sade holds a special place in his heart.
Listening to his music, it's evident that he isn't interested in women beyond what initially attracts him. He is a man deeply in his feelings but it's refreshing to hear him state that he no longer desires sexual relations.
Drake is an impressive individual. He's made money, launched a successful clothing line and won awards - yet he still manages to remain funny in public. It's clear that Drake has achieved great things.
If you're searching for a rapper to embody masculinity in hip-hop music, Drake stands as an outstanding choice. Unlike his contemporaries, he doesn't rely on sexist tropes to make his point.
He does not sexually or otherwise objectify women like some of his hip hop contemporaries do, and although he doesn't claim to be a feminist, he has previously spoken out against violence against women.
On the same note, he has never been accused of sexual assault. Although he's had relationships with women and even has a daughter, he hasn't legally committed to any one particular relationship nor made any sex-related legal claims against them.
He is an artist who uses his music to express his emotions and thoughts; this part of his music that people are drawn to most. He's a rapper who speaks from the heart and doesn't hesitate to tell it like it is.
But even though he is an excellent rapper and can craft great records, he lacks the ability to treat women equally. It appears that he is more concerned with pleasing himself than showing them the respect and mutuality they deserve.
After over a year since Kim Kardashian filed for divorce from rapper Kanye West, it appears her relationship with him is no longer stable. A recent episode of her reality show revealed that they no longer cohabitate.
Kim Kardashian-West recently revealed that her marriage no longer meets her needs and she wants a divorce so she can focus on herself and their four children. On the Keeping Up With The Kardashians series finale, she lamented how excessive all the extravagance had become in her life, wanting to find more meaningful ways to spend quality time with her family.
In an interview, she states she has no regrets about divorcing Ye, even though she was initially reluctant to tell anyone else. While she asked him repeatedly for signatures on her divorce papers, he insisted he didn't "want a divorce" and has been waiting until she "has no choice" before signing it.
Therefore, it's understandable that the star is frustrated with her situation and has made several attempts at resolution through private mediation. In her most recent move to resolve their disagreement, she demanded that the rapper stop posting about personal family matters on social media platforms.
After months of heated posts in September, the 'Past & Future' rapper finally agreed to meet with her lawyer. Unfortunately, their meeting quickly unraveled when it was reported that he had obtained a second sex tape. Additionally, he accused her of being "unfair" towards their kids and keeping them away from him.
Kim and North have kept a low profile on social media, yet she appears to be feeling uneasy with the ongoing feud between her former flame, Saturday Night Live star Pete Davidson, and herself. At their March 2 virtual court hearing, Kardashian claimed West has "dispeased on social media private communications and misinformation about personal family matters and co-parenting," leading to emotional distress for her.