The track, which is a collaboration with soul singer Charlie Wilson, comes as part of the new BET anthology series Tales, which premiered last night (July 2).
Down below, you can check out "Brothers," which definitely finds Kanye in a remorseful state of mind.
At one point, 'Ye raps, "You should've listened dawg, when your baby was born / Should have shouted you out, dedicated a song."
He later adds, "I can say I was wrong, I can take the blame / Cause brothers don't always have to share the same name / We met when we was young, I forgot the grade / When last one in the race was a rotten egg."
Hear "Brothers" for yourself below, where you can also find the trailer for Tales. At this point, "Brothers" has yet to properly hit streaming services.
UPDATE (7/4, 2 a.m. EDT): You can now hear the full version of "Brothers" below.
"Brothers" marks Kanye's first proper release of 2019, though his supposed Yandhi album is still nowhere in sight. Kanye and Charlie Wilson notably joined forces on the Yeezus track "Bound 2."
THERE IS A LOT OF SPECULATION RIGHT NOW ON WHO IS KANYE WEST RAPPING ABOUT ON THE SONG BROTHERS. SO HERE IS THE SONG. THAT BET CUT OFF BECAUSE OF THERE WAY OF AIRING EPISODES. BUT IT WAS ALWAYS MEANT FOR THE AUDIENCE TO HEAR THE WHOLE RECORD. LISTEN. AND DECIDE FOR YOURSELF IF YOU THINK KANYE IS RAPPING ABOUT JAY Z OR VIRGIL. BOTH YE'S BROTHERS. AND ALSO LET ME KNOW IF YOU LIKED THE EPISODE AND SONG. WE DID IT FOR YALL. MY HIP HOP CULTURE. -IG