In the midst of continuous reaction for his xenophobic way of behaving, 

Kanye West delivered his most memorable new tune since his domain started to disintegrate lately.

On Wednesday, the 45-year-old rapper, who currently goes by Ye, shared the new tune on his Instagram and Facebook accounts.

(His Twitter account stays suspended starting around Wednesday night.) Shamed connivance scholar Alex Jones

 likewise shared the melody only Wednesday on his lnfoWars site with the note:

"Ye sent this to Alex Jones and requested that he post it so that the world might hear. Appreciate!"

In two separate Instagram posts - one video and one picture - West delivered clasps of his tune,

which tests Donny Hathaway's "Sometime Well All Be Free." (Individual rapper

and onetime West partner Jay-Z likewise inspected the 1973 tune on his 2017 track "Legacy'").

The Instagram video highlights craft of a man strolling around a hole under a dazzling red sun (or moon),

while the other post incorporated the melody's verses. Additionally named "Sometime We'll AII Be Free"

West's new tune makes a few references to his confidence and gestures to his developing rundown of debates.