Kanye West is primed to break the internet.

The Chicago native's GOOD Fridays music series is back in full effect, according to his wife, Kim Kardashian. On Friday (Jan. 8), he released "Real Friends" featuring Ty Dolla $ign and a snippet of the the largely anticipated song with Kendrick Lamar, "No More Parties in L.A." The new tune comes after West dropped the "Jumpan"-inspired song "Facts," last Friday on New Year's Day.

'Ye himself co-produced "Real Friends" along with Frank Dukes, Boi-1da and Mobb Deep’s Havoc. 

"Real friends / there's not many of us / smile at each other," he rhymes over the head nodding beat filled with light piano strokes and a drumkit. "Now we be just too busy to make time," adds Ty Dolla.

The song fades out then heads straight into the one-minute long snippet. The funky song, produced by Madlib, gives backpack rap vibes as West and K.Dot go head-for-head with rhymes.

"Hey baby you forgot your Ray Bands / And my sheets still orange from your spray tan," rhymes Yeezy before Kendrick chimes in, almost cutting him off. "It was more than soft porn for the K Man," he rhymes. "Well cutie, I like your bougie booty," he adds later on.

The last time West launched the GOOD Fridays music series, it led up to his release of 2010 album, My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy.

This give us hope that Kanye West's anticipated album. Swish, is coming sooner than later.

You can listen to a CD-quality version of Kanye's "Real Friends" at KanyeWest.com.

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