This graphic song finds West idealizing the things he'd like to do to a women in bed as he uses sex as a metaphor for power and ego. The tune turns into a reggae romp as Jamaican Dancehall deejay Assassin crows a couple of verses. Bon Iver's Justin Vernon joins West on the hook and also sings on the bridge.
The song is crafted around a sample of R&B singer Kenny Lattimore's "Lately," a track from his 2001 album, Weekend.
Though Drake has enormous respect for West's work, he admitted to Rolling Stone that he was ambivalent about Yeezus, including this song's concluding lyric, "Uh, I be speaking Swaghili."
"There were some real questionable bars on there," he said. "Like that 'Swaghili' line? Come on, man. Even Fabolous wouldn't say some s--t like that."
After the interview was published, an angry Drake claimed that he never commented on Yeezus to Rolling Stone despite the quotes that suggested otherwise.
His keyboard work helped define the Muscle Shoals sound and make him an integral part of many Neil Young recordings. Spooner is also an accomplished songwriter, whose hits include "I'm Your Puppet" and "Cry Like A Baby."