That’s what many fans, including Hot 97 radio personality Ebro Darden, are wondering after the rapper released his first music since 2016’s “The Life of Pablo.”
West, 40, teased the track Friday, writing on Twitter, “I’m going to drop a song with a verse that will bring Ebro the closure he’s been seeking.”
“The bars … ,” he continued, using fire emojis. “It’s called ‘Lift Yourself.”
He then released the song, which doesn’t include bars at all, on his website.
“Lift Yourself” starts off with a familiar West vibe, using an updated sample of Amnesty’s 1973 hit “Liberty.”
After a slight transition, West finally says on the track, “But they don’t really realize, though; this next verse, this next verse though; these bars; watch this s*** go.”
He then raps, “Poopy-di scoop. Scoop-diddy-whoop. Whoop-di-scoop-di-poop. Poop-di-scoopt. Scoopty-whoop. Whoopity-scoop. Whoop-poop. Poop-diddy. Whoop-Scoop. Poop. Poop. Scoop-diddy-whoop. Whoop-diddy-scoop. Whoop-diddy-scoop. Poop.”