Rapper Kanye West released his eighth studio album, titled "Ye", on Friday.
Kanye has been on a lot of people's minds for a number of reasons lately.
Kanye West premiered his new album, "Ye", on Thursday night in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, with a small group of celebrities, music industry power players and journalists.
Artists featured on the album, the shortest in Kanye's catalogue, include Nicki Minaj, Kid Cudi and Charlie Wilson.
Now, ET's breaking down all his mentions of mental health, drug use, suicide and more.
"Dear Kanye West, thank u for making my childhood dreams come true. the 14 year old in me is crying tears of joy right now", Blanco wrote on Instagram. A December 2016 meeting with then-President-elect Donald Trump drew social media ire, which multiplied exponentially this April after he tweeted (among other things) his renewed support for Trump and right-wing YouTube personality Candace Owens. At midnight, they'll exclusively be streaming Kanye West's new album on their G.O.O.D Music station. "And I'm just the person to do it", he told the magazine. "/ That's my superpower, n***a ain't no disability / I'm a superhero, I'm a superhero". She adds, "Together, she and I made a decision to take the pictures in the bathroom and share with the world, the pain we were going through ... it was a united cry for help".
"Wouldn't Leave", he raps, is for men who have ever messed up and "embarrassed their girl", or "embarrassed their wife", and for the women who stayed during the best and worst.
Where once he delivered truly genre-defying projects, ye relies on the musical flairs that once brought his fans awe.