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New tune: Kanye West dropped a sneak peek of new song Lift Yourself on Friday / Maciel Ngre / BACKGRID

Kanye West dropped some new music on Friday — and it was all about how to pick it back up.

The rapper tweeted a link to Kanywest.com , which contained a sample of a new track called Lift Yourself Master.

Whether the song is destined to be part of his upcoming albums, or he was just trolling, remains to be seen.

The clip starts off with a catchy classic Kanye soulful sample of female vocals singing: ‘Hard to see the hang-ups we have today / We need to strive for more liberty.’

But it quickly descends into farce as he nonsensically raps about pooper scoopers, before the track abruptly ends.

The 40-year-old hinted earlier on Twitter that he might unveil the new music in response to criticism he has received for his newly re-found love for President Trump.

‘I’m going to drop a song with a verse that will bring Ebro the closure he’s been seeking,’ he forewarned, boating ‘The bars’ were no fewer than 35 flame emojis.

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Heads up: The 40-year-old hinted earlier on Twitter that he might unveil the new music in response to criticism he has received for his newly re-found love for President Trump. / Kanye West/ Twitter

The Ebro he was referring to was New York’s Hot 97 host Ebro Darden, who had earlier accused Kanye of being ‘out of touch’.

‘A lot of people are not happy that he’s playing around with things that are very dangerous for the sake of promoting his own agenda,’ Darden told ABC Radio’s podcast Start Here, ‘which is his album, and himself, and potentially his own political aspiration.’

On Tuesday, Kanye had called into Darden’s radio show to repeatedly tell him he loved him, even singing Stevie Wonder‘s I Just Called To Say I Love You.

After Kanye released the song, Ebro himself tweeted, ‘We already knew you was #TrollYeWest.’

The Gold Digger hitmaker, who is no stranger to controversy, burst back onto the trending lists again last week when he suddenly professed his support of Donald Trump in a series of bizarre typically tweets, after a long social media hiatus.

Coincidentally he had announced a new book and two new albums on Twitter just days beforehand.

Despite insisting he is not partisan or even political, Kanye has previously met with the President and has recently been proudly showing off his Make America Great Again baseball cap.

Trump publicly thanked Kanye for his support on Friday: ‘Kanye West has performed a great service to the Black Community – Big things are happening and eyes are being opened for the first time in Decades – Legacy Stuff!‘ he tweeted.

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Heads up: The 40-year-old hinted earlier on Twitter that he might unveil the new music in response to criticism he has received for his newly re-found love for President Trump. / AFP / Getty Images