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A snippet of a new track from rapper Kanye West was unveiled Saturday in an Adidas World Cup ad, which also featured plenty of athletes.
The minute-long ad starts off simply showing soccer players preparing or practicing for the upcoming World Cup before adding some drums and then finally some rapping from West, reports Rolling Stone. The add is called "The Dream: All In or Nothing" and features such soccer stars as Lionel Messi, Dani Alves, Luis Suarez and others.
As the ad nears the end, West can finally be heard, rapping, "You see sharks in the water/You don't see murder like this often." After a couple more lyrics, he finishes off by repeating the track's title "god level" a couple times.
Hudson Mohawke tweeted that the new post-Yeezus track was produced by 88keys, Mike Dean, Noah Goldstein, West and himself.
The ad dropped as West and his fiancee Kim Kardashain, are in Florence, Italy to get married this weekend.
Unsurprisingly the celebrity pair are drawing crowds and a Medici family descendant, Prince Ottaviano de'Medici di Toscana is worried that people might end up damaging buildings as well as hurting the status of the fort where West and Kardashain will be married.
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