Hear Elle Varner Rap a Kanye West Verse on 'The End of the Beginning'

Does Elle Veezy have bars?

Elle Varner does an about face on her latest single, "The End of the Beginning," and Kanye West cops a nod.


Varner, aka "Elle Veezy," raps on the DJ Camper-produced track starting off with a throwback Yeezy verse that plays into a into a candid venting session.

“These are the woes of 20-something-year-old-single Black female addicted to retail,” she spits. “Single ‘cuz I trusted every a**hole I ever met, and lately I been fed up with that s**t/ It aint’ been working so well so now I’m talkin’ in the Starbucks sipping skinny caramel, iced-soy macchiato. Wondering what life would be like if I was a h*e.”

Veezy goes more on the relationship tip from there, and into body insecurities, fears and lots more.

Listen to “The End of the Beginning” here. is your No. 1 source for Black celebrity news, photos, exclusive videos and all the latest in the world of hip hop and R&B music.

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