"Wash Us in the Blood" is Kanye's first collaboration with Dr. Dre.
North West makes a surprise cameo at the end of her father's new music video featuring Travis Scott.
On Tuesday, Kanye West dropped "Wash Us in the Blood" -- marking his first musical offering since 2019's "Jesus is King" and his first collaboration with mega-producer Dr. Dre.
The clip, directed by Arthur Jafa, features Kanye in a computer-generated mask as footage from the recent Black Lives Matter protests splash across the screen.
"Wash us in the blood/ Wash us in the blood/ Whole life being thugs/ No choice selling drugs/ South Side what it does," West raps as a white police officer pushes Black protesters.
"Rain down on us/ Genocide what it does/ Slavery what it does/ Rain down on us."
Snippets of Black protesters in hospital beds, church services and the moment leading up to the murder of Ahmaud Arbery are shown as a gospel choir sings in the background.
Scott, who shares daughter Stormi with Kanye's sister-in-law, Kylie Jenner, is featured rapping on the track and an image of him smoking is shown in the video.
"They don't want me to be Kanye/ They don't want Kanye to be Kanye/ They wanna sign a fake Kanye, they tryna sign a calm 'Ye/ That's right I call him Calm-Ye, but don't take me the wrong way," Kanye raps towards the end of the song.