LISTEN: Kanye West Releases New Song Promising to ‘Run the Whole Election’ in 2020

Kanye West
The Associated Press

Kanye West released a new single for New Year’s Eve, on which he calls out several apparent enemies and promises to dominate in his 2020 run at the White House.

“2020, Ima run the whole election,” he raps on the single, which is titled “Facts.”

The track is essentially a three-minute verbal attack on shoe company Nike (“Nike, Nike treat employees just like slaves”); however, the controversial rapper also calls out Bill Cosby, Steve Harvey, and fellow rapper Drake.

(“Do anybody feel bad for Bill Cosby? Did he forget the names just like Steve Harvey?”)

Kanye also boasts about his wife Kim Kardashian’s new mobile app on the track.

“Kimoji just shut down the app store, and we made a million a minute, a million a minute,” he raps.

Kim Kardashian first shared the track, which is available on Soundcloud, on her Twitter page late Thursday evening.

Kardashian also shared an image of West with President Barack Obama:

Kanye first announced plans to run for president at last year’s MTV Video Music Awards.

After delivering a mostly incoherent lifetime award acceptance speech, Kanye said, “…as you probably could have guessed by this moment, I have decided in 2020 to run for president.”