The new track of Kanye West, ‘Brothers,’ has dropped and his fans think it’s an apology to JAY-Z.
Kanye West and Charlie Wilson’s new song, “Brothers,” which premiere on BET’s show Tales.
After fans got a listen to the song, some pointed out that the lyrics could possibly a message to JAY-Z, who he’s had an up and down relationship with over the years.
On the track, Kanye shares some heartfelt lyrics regarding brotherhood.
The lyrics say,
“So I’m sorry for all the miscues,
how about I admit that I miss you,
I miss the fam and our brotherhood,
Flying out to Paris for a hug or picking up the phone just to call up,
So atomic that we can’t agree to drop it,
peace it up and get it popping,
Bury the hatchet so we can lock in”
Jay-Z helped Kanye to make his career in the early 2000s. Their working relationship eventually developed into a close friendship. Ye also rapped on him on his song “Big Brother.”
They even released a joint album ‘Watch the Throne’ in 2011.
The tension had begun to rise between the rappers when JAY-Z and Beyonce failed to attend Kanye’s wedding to Kim Kardashian in 2014.
After that Jay release a new album in 2017 and he blatantly called out Kanye on the track “Kill JAY-Z.” Shortly after that, Kanye decided to cut ties with Jay’s streaming company, Tidal.
There was no confirmation from Kanye himself regarding who the song was about, but some fans are certain that it’s Jay.