Peace on earth, goodwill toward men, his dick: Kanye West gives you all that and more in new Christmas song
True, it’s Christmastime, but this is also Kanye West’s time, so this year the reason for the season is giving your girl the “hot chocolate,” whatever that means, right? Kanye’s new “Christmas In Harlem”—sort of a sexual innuendo-laden rejoinder to Run-D.M.C.’s “Christmas In Hollis,” where more than collard greens are cooking—has made its way to the web, although this is one early present that still needs some “rapping,” do you get the implication? We’re saying that it’s apparently still missing guest rapping verses from Pusha T, Big Sean, Vado, and Musiq, plus Dipset founders Jim Jones and Cam’Ron, the inclusion of whom suggests that “squashed beef” is also on Kanye’s wish list. Although this version is plenty crowded already with Kanye protégés Teyana Taylor and CyHi Da Prince, who actually does his bit in the guise of Santa Claus. (“Thugs think I’m a Blood ’cause I won’t take this red suit off.”) "Pour some more eggnog in your drink, mami," and come sit on Kanye’s lap for a holly, jolly trip through the hood.