Kanye West is feeling energized heading into election season. Yeezy unleashed a new track to Twitter on Tuesday night (October 13), which was accompanied by a clip of the gruesome Joaquin Buckley spinning heel knockout in UFC over the weekend (October 10) and a brief Star Wars scene.
“THE WHOLE TEAM IS SO ENERGIZED THAT I HAD TO RELEASE THEME MUSIC NAH NAH NAH,” he wrote.
A confident Kanye touches on religion’s role in life, his presidential run, getting his masters back, and fake news over distorted production.
“Do you want me to get specific/Do you want me to name numbers/Do you want me to name summers/All the stars came from us/All the styles came from us/All the talent came from us/All the shoes came from us/but the lose ain’t on us/All the news ain’t honest/They want to ignore me/We write the story,” he raps.
The Chicago legend might have to scale back some of his excitement. Kanye tweeted out a screenshot of early Kentucky polling results, which had him ahead of Donald Trump and Joe Biden with 40,000 votes. LEX 18, the station in Kentucky who posted the results, followed-up to say the voting results were invalid and the product of testing of their system.
“The results shown were not valid,” LEX 18 tweeted. “They were simply part of a test. We regret the discovery of the cached web link and have removed the data from that page. We apologize for any confusion.”
LEX 18 reporter Nancy Cox further cleared up the confusion by explaining the numbers on their site was just part of a simple test to make sure the systems were working properly. She also apologized for the mixup to Kanye.
Kanye is on the ballot in Kentucky, as well as other states such as Kentucky, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana, Utah, Idaho, Iowa, Mississippi, Tennessee, and Vermont.