Today (Dec. 9), Desiigner unloads some honest thoughts with his new release “Letter To Ye.” The song is dedicated to Kanye West, who he had publicly worked closely with due to G.O.O.D. Music ties. On the “Letter To Ye” new song, Desiigner gets reflective and honest about his relationship with the Chicago emcee, recalling specific events and emotions:
I’m writin’ this letter to tell you “Go, girl” (Go, girl) and don’t never ever let ’em tell you “No,” girl (No, girl)/ Madison Square Garden it first started (It first started) I’m up on the big screen and I’m seventeen (I’m seventeen)
I’m livin’ that life, seem like a movie scene (A movie scene) standin’ next to Kanye, next to Pusha T (Next to Pusha T)/ 2016, we was a big team (Big team)/ Performance at Summer Jam, we was the dream team (Dream team)/
Desiigner has been relatively active as well these last few weeks. He first dropped off cuts like “Molly” and “Get Back,” and then most recently shared “I’m Ready.” The release of the new “Letter To Ye” song is also convenient timing, as West will be making headlines once again as he is set to take the stage tonight (Dec. 9) in Los Angeles alongside Drake for their Larry Hoover benefit concert.
Over the past few years, the Brooklyn star has been peppering the world with loose singles, including “Timmy Turner,” “Outlet,” “Survivor,” “Liife” with Gucci Mane, and “Overseas” with Lil Pump. The aforementioned “Molly” single also follows the EP Diamonds Forever, which was released back in July and contains the two tracks “Soup” and “In My Ways.” His only full-length project, New English, was released back in 2016 and saw 14 tracks with assists from Pusha T, Mekado, and King Savage.
Be sure to press play on Desiigner’s brand new music video for “Letter To Ye” down below.
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