Kanye West has kept mum about his follow-up to "Yeezus," but a few lines of a new song, "Awesome," played during the Sept. 1 episode of "Keeping Up With The Kardashians."
The episode documented the Kimye wedding, and the song played while Kim's friend Joyce Bonelli remembered a story when she joined Kim and Kanye in the studio. "He was so excited to play a song for her," she said. "The whole song was screaming the word 'Awesome' over and over again." After she Bonelli finished her story, "Awesome" played and viewers heard, "Don't let anybody bring you down, you're so awesome."
More of the song played in the final moments of the episode as Kim got dressed for the wedding. "I finally feel like I'm marrying my best friend," she said to the cameras before "Awesome" came on again. "I gotta move, I gotta dance, I gotta live, I gotta love, I gotta hope, I gotta chance," Kanye sang. "Don't let anybody bring you down. You're so awesome. You're so out the park. You're so after dark. You're so sleepless nights. Ooh this feels so right." (Watch this part in the video below.)
Kanye debuted the track at last year's Met Gala, where he first performed other tracks off "Yeezus."
Kanye's next album was originally due out this summer, but an in interview with GQ, he debated releasing the music in the fall. "Like, should it be September or should it be October?" he said. "Should it be November? When Beyoncé was working on her last album, she took a while. I was thinking it could somehow come out in June, like 'Yeezus,' and just kill it for the summer."