A new song on the band’s new record is causing controversy, and a new album cover has also been leaked online.
The song, ‘Trouble in Paradise’, was originally released as part of the Def Leeson album “Pursuit of Happiness”.
The song has been covered by rapper, rapper and pop artist SZA, and she tweeted a screenshot of the new track.SZA, who is best known for her work with Lady Gaga, tweeted the song on Sunday, saying: “Hate it but it’s here!!!
She also said: “That’s right.
The song is called ‘Trucy’.”
A Twitter user who goes by @dababy_tweeted the song at about 3:30pm on Sunday and said: “@sza, just seen you retweeted the ‘Tupac and the Two Strings’ song from the new album.”
“It’s about getting over the trauma of having your dad taken out and the loss of a loved one,” he said.
“That’s why I made the tweet.
I love the lyrics.
I really do.”
The tweet caused outrage, with many saying that it was disrespectful and disrespectful to Tarell Alvin McCraney, whose son, Jaxon, was killed by a drunk driver in 2015.
It was also revealed that the song had been produced by SZA’s label, Warp.
“It has been a long time coming but it finally came out and it’s amazing to hear it,” McCraneys son, Tyler, told ABC News.
“I hope that I can use this song as a catalyst to inspire others to live their dreams and give back to their communities.”‘
Troubles in Paradise’ has now been uploaded to YouTube.
It is the second time in just a few months that the band has released a new song.
Earlier this year, the band released ‘Boomerang’ which was followed by the single ‘One Way Out’.