Earlier this month, Kanye West announced that he will be releasing a new album in June. Now, he has given fans a sneak peek.

New Solo Track

On his choice of platform, Twitter, on Friday, April 27, the 40-year-old rapper surprised his millions of social media followers with two words and a link to his official website.

He teased the track by dedicating it to Ebro Darden of Hot 97. Vulture reports that West confessed his love and support for President Donald J. Trump to the radio host.

The first track off the next album is motivational and uplifting with lyrics ... until the rapper comes in with his own bizarre verse:

"Scoop ditty poop ... poop ditty scoop poop," he rapped. "Woop ditty scoop poop...poop...poop."

It is unclear whether "Lift Yourself" will be included in his still-untitled next album. In the middle of making controversial political rant and philosophizing about time, the self-professed genius announced last week that he has been working on two new albums, one of which will be a collaboration with Kid Cudi.

Aside from the release date, the multi-hyphenated artist refused to give out more details about his ongoing music projects. "Lift Yourself" might be a sneak peek into what West has been working on in a location in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, for the past few months.

Perhaps West is simply trolling his fans and will not drop any single until his seven-track album gets released on June 1.

This is his first solo track since he released his critically acclaimed 2016 album, The Life of Pablo.

Kanye West And Donald Trump

A few days after he returned to Twitter, West has stirred debates on Twitter by professing his support for Candace Owens, a critic of the Black Lives Matter movement. He also confessed to his followers that he loves Trump.

The U.S. president himself acknowledged West and thanked him for the support. Trump also praised the rapper for "his great service to the Black Community."

However, the father of three clarified that, despite his support for far-right activist Owens and Trump, he still could not call himself a conservative.