Kanye West’s song made it’s entrance for 2019 on BET’s Tales.
The single entitled ‘Brothers’ was released last night on the end of the first episode of the second season of the show, which is produced by Irv Gotti. The piece includes a surprising feature by Charlie Wilson and production by Gotti and Seven. It shows a side of Ye we haven’t seen in a very long time. The track starts of with soft, sultry notes from Wilson for the chorus and then it’s followed by some unfeigned lyrics by Kanye.
For those of you who don’t watch Tales, the series takes songs within hip-hop and creates miniature stories from the lyrics. Ye’s words are believed to be symbolic to his relationship with Jay Z. Could this be the long overdue apology we’ve all wanted to see?
‘We should’ve lit cigars , when your baby was born, should have shouted you out, dedicated (Oh, Oh). I can say I was wrong, I can take the blame, ‘Cause don’t always have to share the same name. (Oh, Oh)’
It was a little uncertain that the song would be released considering that it was talked about for a little over a month. Irv Gotti sat down with The Breakfast Club to talk about how the G.O.O.D. Music creator would be contributing to the soundtrack. It was later revealed that the song took about a process of two years. It was definitely worth the wait! Hopefully aside from the soundtrack, we will see other music soon.