This past weekend, Hip-Hop mogul Kanye West took over the turntables at PH-D nightclub in New York City to share some unreleased tracks from the G.O.O.D Music compilation album, "Cruel Summer," set to be released September 4.
According to the NY Daily News, one song, "Perfect B*tch," referenced both his current girlfriend Kim Kardashian and his ex Amber Rose, who is currently engaged to rapper Wiz Khalifa.
RapFix reports that earlier Tuesday Kanye tweeted, "I wrote the song "Perfect B*tch" about Kim, but that tweet has since been deleted. A source says the song is about West's search for the perfect woman, which has finally ended since he's found Kim.
According to HipHopDX, "Perfect B*tch" includes a sample from the 1937 composition "Carmina Burana," a cantata by composer Carl Orff.
West is not the first rapper to sample Carl Orff. Rappers Nas and Diddy sampled the same song for their 1999 hit "Hate Me Now," the NY Daily News reports.
Another song from Cruel Summer also samples the 1998 dance song "Music Sounds Better With You" by French house group Stardust, HipHopDX reports.
Kanye ended his set with "Way Too Cold," a song that mentions Kim Kardashian, and takes a dig at Kim's estranged husband, Brooklyn Nets player, Kris Humphries. The two have been engaged in a bitter divorce battle.
Last Thursday, August 2, Kanye debuted the cover art for Cruel Summer.
The album will feature the hit singles "Mercy" which features 2 Chainz, Big Sean, and Pusha T, and "New God Flow," a song by Kanye and Pusha T.
This past July, Kanye West, 2 Chainz, Big Sean, and Pusha T opened the 2012 BET Awards in Los Angeles, and performed the songs "Mercy," "Way Too Cold," and "New God Flow."