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Kanye West Raps About His Custody Battle With Kim Kardashian in New Song 'True Love'

Kanye «Ye» West is airing out his grievances yet again through his music, this time bringup his custody battle with Kim Kardashian.The rapper dropped "True Love" — featuring late rapper XXXTentacion — on Friday and Ye didn't waste any time making his feelings known about how he feels when it comes to visiting his four kids — North, 8, Saint, 6, Chicago, 4, and Psalm, 3. Kanye dropped these lyrics in the first verse — «Wait, when you see the kids? I'll see y'all tomorrow. Wait, when the sunset? I see ya'll tomorrow.

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Watch Bruce Springsteen’s engineer play unreleased 1982 outtakes at Mexico conference
Bruce Springsteen fans were treated to some of the rocker’s unreleased outtakes at a Mexican radio conference this weekend, thanks to his longtime engineer.Toby Scott was a guest at this past weekend’s SoundCheck Xpo in Mexico City; during his presentation he offered up some snippets of a few old recordings that Springsteen recorded in the early 1980s.During his 87-minute presentation, the engineer played a few different takes of the Boss recording ‘Born In The U.S.A.’. One of the versions was the solo-acoustic demo that Springsteen recorded in 1982, during the Nebraska era – this version ended up on his 1998 box set ‘Tracks’.Scott also played a bluesy, full-band take of the iconic anthem that has not previously been heard. You can hear it around the 23:49 mark in the video below. In other Bruce Springsteen news, Courteney Cox has reflected on auditioning for her iconic cameo in Bruce Springsteen’s ‘Dancing In The Dark’ video.The Friends star made a legendary appearance in the 1984 video, which saw Cox be invited on stage to dance with The Boss.Speaking to Howard Stern on his SiriusXM radio show last month, Cox reflected on her nerves about the appearance, and remembered her audition for the part.“Bruce Springsteen is such an amazing… God, he’s so incredible.