Kanye West has been up to some shenanigans on Twitter, but his latest move might just be his most surprising.
He's actually used the social media platform for one of its intended purposes - promoting music.
Kanye took to Twitter to share a 38-second clip of a new track, Believe What I Say, and it's got some serious Peak Kanye vibes going on.
The snippet features a sample of Lauryn Hill's huge track Doo-Wop (That Thing) and is accompanied by footage of a boat ride in Haiti.
Kanye is currently in Haiti meeting with the president about building a city there. Kanye does what Kanye wants.
Check out the clip below. It follows his recent collaboration with Travis Scott, Wash Us In The Blood.
Like Wash Us In The Blood, we're tipping the full version of Believe What I Say will feature on Kanye's upcoming album God's Country.
BELIEVE WHAT I SAY (snippet) pic.twitter.com/U7Y2KQJ5UC
— ye (@kanyewest) September 26, 2020