Kanye West's 'XTCY' Is Now On Streaming Services: Listen

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Kanye West performs at Jeezy Presents TM101: 10 Year Anniversary Concert at The Fox Theatre on July 25, 2015 in Atlanta. 

Earlier this month (Aug. 11), DJ Clark Kent freed an unreleased Kanye West track from the vault that he co-produced; it was possibly an extra song that didn't end up making the cut for Ye. The taboo tune found its way onto streaming services Thursday (Aug. 30), marking the first official release from West since his five-album rollout as part of G.O.O.D. Music's summer domination.

The erotic track's artwork is an illustrated version of a seductive photograph featuring Kim Kardashian and her four sisters flipping the bird while celebrating Kylie Jenner's 21st birthday at a Barbie-themed party a few weeks ago (Aug. 10). Yeezy paints a graphic scenario for listeners on the opening verse. 

"You got sick thoughts? I got more of 'em/You got a sister-in-law you'd smash? I got four of 'em/Damn, those is your sisters/You did somethin' unholy to them pictures/Damn, you need to be locked up/Nah, we need a bigger hot tub," he raps. 

Clark Kent originally unleashed "XTCY" for free with Yeezy's blessing while in the studio together. "Sitting in the studio with my man [Kanye West] and he said, "Clark, let that new "XTCY" joint go!!! So.. ENJOY: NEW KANYE WEST," the New York-bred producer wrote. 

Stream "XTCY" below.