NEW YORK, NEW YORK - DECEMBER 02: Kanye West attends the the Versace fall 2019 fashion show at the American Stock Exchange Building in lower Manhattan on December 02, 2018 in New York City. (Photo by Roy Rochlin/Getty Images)

Late last night, Kanye West released a new song, “Donda,” named after his late mother, Donda West who died in 2007 at age 58. The song starts with a recording of his mother reciting the lyrics to KRS-One’s 1993 song “Sound of Da Police,” saying, “Are you really for peace and equality? Or when my car is hooked up, you know you want to follow me/Your laws are minimal/’Cause you won’t even think about lookin’ at the real criminal/This has got to cease/’Cause we be getting hyped to the sound of da police!”

At 1:25 into the song, Kanye jumps in, addressing racism, the Devil and “fake leaders,” saying, “Mama I need you to tuck me in/ I done made some mistakes and they rubbed it in/ I know you and grandma had enough of them/ Why I gotta be so stubborn then/ I’m doin this one for y’all/ So we can end racism once and for all.”

Listen to the song below: