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Check Out: Rick Ross – "Live Fast, Die Young" (feat. Kanye West)

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Another day, another batch of fresh rhymes from Kanye West. “Live Fast, Die Young” is the second single to leak from Rick Ross’ forthcoming studio album Teflon Don and basically hears Ross and West take turns rapping about how fuckin’ wonderful they are. And if you think I’m kidding, just wait. Ross can be heard rapping “She came to party like it’s 1999 / If she died on my dick, she would live through my rhymes,” while West offers the brilliant line “You can go ‘head and sneeze ’cause my presence blessed you.” Good stuff, boys.

Want more? Stream the track, in its glorious entirety, below. Additional new Kanye West can be heard on the recently released Kid Cudi track “Erase Me” as well as West’s forthcoming fifth studio album, formerly known as Good Ass Job, due for release on September 14th. (Yeah, I’m still ticked he didn’t go with that title.) Speaking of which, he has officially released the album’s first single, “Power”, on iTunes and consequently shared its absurdly awesome artwork. In case you’re lost for words, Entertainment Weekly has already begun to dissect its meaning.

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