West — who legally changed his name to Ye — collaborated with rapper Pusha T on new songs, "Rock N Roll" and "Dreamin Of The Past".
"I ain't come to pick up the kids to pick a fight," he says in one verse in "Rock N Roll", allegedly referencing his rocky relationship with the Keeping Up with the Kardashians alum.
"I accepted you the life / all the times, selfish / thinking you was mine. I showed up / then you arrived / I thought I could turn the tides," he continues, hinting at his repeated public pleas to win the SKIMS founder back, despite her newfound relationship with Saturday Night Live star Pete Davidson.
In "Dreamin Of The Past", the Yeezy founder appears to imply his kids — he shares North, 8, Saint, 6, Chicago, 4 and Psalm, 2, with Kardashian— may actually be in danger after the split when he raps: "Born in the manger, the son of a stranger... when daddy's not home, the family's in danger."
This is nothing new for the "Gold Digger" artist. As OK! previously reported, West raised eyebrows when he penned lyrics about "beating Pete Davidson's a**" in his recent track "Eazy". Later, in a claymation style music video, Ye is shown kidnapping a Davidson look-a-like cartoon character and burying him up to his neck.
In Fivio Foreign’s single, “City of Gods,” West seemed to threaten Davidson yet again.
"This afternoon / A hundred goons pullin’ up to ‘SNL’ / When I pull up / It’s dead on arrival," he rapped. “And if I let ’em have my wife / n****s should thank me / With this Balenciaga and Balenci’ boots and a new blue Yankee."