Kanye West has stated he's no longer making secular music. But that doesn't mean he's done exploring his secular-seeming issues with Drake.
In an unreleased Ye track called "Wait For God" he discusses Drake becoming his neighbor in Calabasas, which he believes may have been God humbling him. [Update: The track has been removed, but we've transcribed the relevant parts.]
"Man makes plans God laughs. I was just living my life. Spent all my tour on this McMansion and sht. Biggest house in Hidden Hills. He funny though. He gon' move the No. 1 rapper four blocks down the street from me. You funny, God," Kanye states in the song.
Later in the song, he speaks on seeing a man on the street who looks like Drake.
"I was going to Denny's the other day. I seen a tall light-skin dude with a beard and sht. I said, 'That looks like Drake right there.' But he was, like, on a skateboard. I said, 'I know that ain't gonna be Drake on a skateboard.' I was, like, 'Man, I'mma go talk to him right now.' So I pulled and turned the car around."
Finally, he called back to something he said on High School Dropout and applied it to Drake.
"He definitely brought beards back in style." he said of Drake. "I said on my first album I'mma make sure light-skinned n*ggas don't never come back in style."
Do you think Kanye is going to be OK?