The harmonic progression of Kanye's Ye momentarily stops on "All Mine." The possessive pronoun "Mine" says everything you need to know about the subject focus. "All Mine" is Kanye defending his dating preferences. The controversial rapper presents a sliding scale of dating options from Kerry Washington to Stormy Daniels, proving a point that no matter his choice of women, critics will find fault lines to draw upon.
When he dated Amber Rose, critics derided him for reaching below his weight class; Kanye eventually bit on the rhetoric himself. But on Ye, Kanye West is a changed man, showing signs of growth in his perspective towards women. Even on the final cut "Violent Crimes," Yeezy swears to protect the women in his life from bad intentions.
On "All Mine" Valee's chorus is virtually unreconizable, his usual baritone tucked away. The G.O.O.D. Music signee seizes up the chorus with a shrill singing voice. His use of anatomical language is kind of disorienting when you consider the sexual allusion he is trying to make. "All Mine" has all the makings of a character defense for wife Kim Kardashian, or women of the like. Of course Ty Dolla $ign never hinges negatively on the stated goals of Ye. His indelible mark is felt in other sequences too.
Give'r a listen.
If I pull up with a Kerry Washington
That's gon' be an enormous scandal
I could have Naomi Campbell
And still might want me a Stormy Daniels
Sometimes, you gotta back to boss up
I call that taking Corey Gambles
Find yourself up in the food court
You might have to enjoy your sample
All these thots on Christian Mingle
Almost what got Tristan single
If you don't ball like him or Kobe
Guarantee that bitch gonna leave you.