Leonard Cohen's posthumous collection of writings and poems, The Flame, features a humorous poem named "Kanye West Is Not Picasso".
Last week Leonard Cohen's poshumous collection of writings were released in new book The Flame.
One of the poems, dated 15 March 2015, takes its inspiration from Kanye West's University of Oxford lecture.
The poem mentions the likes of Tesla and Jay-Z, and sees Cohen write, "I am the Kanye West of Kanye West / The Kanye West / Of the great bogus shift of bullshit culture."
“Kanye West Is Not Picasso” by Leonard Cohen, from Cohen’s new book ‘The Flame.’ pic.twitter.com/w5lUfkjdYv— S H I R E S’ $Hit Show (@amandashires) October 11, 2018
Last month the late-singer's son Adam Cohen revealed he had been working on his father's posthumous album. He also produced You Want It Darker.