By Jonathan Borge
Updated Jan 19, 2016 @ 11:30 am
Kendirck Lamar and Kanye West
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Don’t expect to spot Kanye West inside a party in L.A. anytime soon.

On Monday morning the celebrated 38-year-old rapper took to Twitter to release the second song expected to appear on his upcoming album, Swish.

Dubbed “No More Parties in L.A.,” the slow-jam fast-talking track is packed with witty, Kanye-approved one liners and is his first collaboration with Kendrick Lamar. The two poets wax lyrical about their post-party, late-night adventures at Denny’s and the problems that arise with newfound wealth, among other topics. Adorably, West also mentions his love for wife Kim Kardashian and the couple's two children, North and Saint (and makes a special shoutout to Keeping Up with the Kardashians).

So what does Kim think of the new mix? The reality TV star and media mogul is fully on board. The song was originally scheduled to be released last week as part of West’s #GOODFriday series (where he releases a new song every Friday); however, as Kardashian took to Twitter to explain, a last minute trip to Italy stopped the crooner from blessing the world with new music.

Listen to the new tune here (warning—it features explicit language):

Already a fan? Mark your calendars for this Friday, when Kanye's next new song is set to drop. Swish hits shelves Feb. 11.