Off of Irv Gotti’s Tales soundtrack.
The enigmatic Kanye West is undoubtedly one of the brightest musicians of this generation — and arguably the most influential hip-hop artist. His divisive rhetoric has certainly clouded his superior music accomplishments, but it’s with this double-edged sword of behavior that Kanye has been able to be so musically transcendent: the “mental instability” that fuels his pro-Trump stance is the same mindset that helped birth My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy.
So even though we roll our eyes and clench our fists when we see Ye don the infamous red MAGA hat, we rejoice when he lays down a soulful classic. Today, Kanye is back in the news, but, luckily, not for the former reason — he’s united with Charlie Wilson yet again on their new track, “Brothers.”
A part of Irv Gotti’s BET anthology series, Tales, where the Murder Inc. Records founder structures each episode around a different song, “Brothers” was first rumored about one-month ago during Gotti’s The Breakfast Club interview with Ja Rule. “Brothers” will appear on the Tales official soundtrack.
Although “Brothers” isn’t available on streaming services, yet, a Vimeo version has been included below: