First, Kanye West was a "Black Skinhead" on Yeezus, and now he's looking to be a "Black Bruce Wayne." Today (May 30), 30 seconds of a previously unreleased West joint from an undetermined time frame leaked online.
According to Radio.com, a forum member on the website Kanye To The got a hold of the song and sold it to another member for a cool $500. Originally, the seller was supposed to hand over the entire track but chickened out and just posted the first 30 seconds, which was then immediately put online.
The 30 seconds of "Black Bruce Wayne" features the introduction to the song, which features a twinkling electronic blip, not unlike the Graduation single "Flashing Lights." The cool beats stagger in and out for roughly 20 seconds before the beat drops with a heavy thump and West powers in with his raps.
"I hear the girl scream soon as we arriving / You can ask Ivan / We be straight macking, y'all work at IBM / Hotels take me in / Oh la la, tres bien / Magnifique..." West raps bombastically.
Listen to the leaked 30-second snippet of Kanye West's "Black Bruce Wayne" below:
"Black Bruce Wayne" is a leaked Kanye West song, of indeterminate origin and timeframe. The song could be a scrapped track from an old album session of an upcoming jam from his follow-up to 2013's Yeezus.
West's seventh studio album is due out sometime in 2014. Earlier this year, he postponed a trip to Oceania in order to work on the new LP. Rumors indicate the album will feature old soul samples and "nothing abrasive" like Yeezus. West has reportedly been in the studio with the likes of Mike Will Made It, Rick Rubin, DJ Mustard, Tyga and more.