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Kanye West And Kendrick Lamar Go Head-To-Head On ‘No More Parties In L.A.’

G.O.O.D. Monday is here.

“I know some fans who thought I wouldn’t rap like this again/ But the writer’s block is over, MCs cancel your plans.”

So says Kanye West in a whopping 90-bar verse (yes, 90) on “No More Parties In L.A.,” a new, Kendrick Lamar-featuring track released early Monday morning (Jan. 18).

The two hip-hop titans go head-to-head on their first collaboration ever, with Kendrick kicking things off and declaring “I’mma put you on game for the lames that don’t know they’re a rookie.” But it’s ‘Ye who really shines, delivering a near-perfect tirade against rappers gunning for his throne (while also taking one more shot at the dirty cousin who stole his laptop).

Kanye first teased “No More Parties in L.A.” at the tail end of “Real Friends,” the new track he dropped Jan. 9. It had been suggested that he’d resurrect his G.O.O.D. Friday series by releasing a new song every week until Swish drops Feb. 11, but when nothing materialized last Friday, fans were worried ‘Ye played them.

Kim Kardashian swopped in with a reassuring assist over the weekend, though, promising that her husband and producer Noah Goldstein were putting the finishing touches on “No More Parties,” after ‘Ye got detained in Italy on official Yeezy Season 3 business.

So… does this mean G.O.O.D. Fridays have now officially morphed into G.O.O.D. Mondays? We’ll find out soon enough, but one thing’s for sure: If Kanye continues dropping fire like this, we’ll take a new track ANY day of the week.