Mixed Personalities
by YNW Melly (featuring Kanye West)

Album: We All Shine (2019)
Charted: 97 42

Songfacts®:

  • This song finds YNW Melly and Kanye West going back-to-back on the topic of mental health struggles. Yeezy raps about how relationships bring out his alter egos.

    Oh, now, I got mixed personalities
    She got me stressin', singin' melodies


    The fickle girl they sing of is just as unstable. She keeps switchin' up on Melly.

    This girl, she got mixed personalities
    One day she's happy, then she mad at me
  • Both West and Melly have frequently touched on their psychological battles in their music. Yeezy had a nervous breakdown in 2016 and two years later on his Ye track "Yikes," the rapper talked about being bipolar.

    Melly has frequently spoken about having a split personality, blaming his Melvin character for his more violent lyrics.

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