Song sounds okay. Nonetheless..
The percussion sounds like an African drum rhythm which I'm sure is what he was going for and why ADIDAS probably wanted this song for the World Cup. There's a clear down beat as currensy said, the drum rhythm's just not traditional. but he's on beat. there isn't much going on there though so you cant really judge the song off what we have so far.
But, Travis Scott.
Anywho... to save typing out my million other replies in regards to Yeezus and Kanye, partially in support of @GInfante's statement that he likes Yeezus, I'll just copy and paste a comment I read today off that ADIDAS ad:
in b4 tl;dr
Actually, Kanye's content hasn't changed since College Droupout. The delivery is anything but the same, speaking in terms of the production, but the lyrical content has stayed the same since day 1. All Falls Down and New Slaves is one example. The duality between being a puppet consumer to corporate companies, yet admiring them and their cool products.
Sonically, Kanye has only improved on every level, of course by administering and giving credit to lots of other producers/engineers and collaborators so that the sound isn't messy. Imagine if Never Let Me Down, or Jesus Walks was remastered by current Kanye standards. Would be unreal.
Yeezus is a perfect album in my opinion that screams of extreme emotion. From the transitions that start and stop, soft and then dark melodies, to the provocative obscene lyrics that initially make you cringe, but now have you chanting. Soulful tracks like Bound 2 that's almost directly out of his soul sampling catalogue.
I can literally go from Two Words to Blood on the Leaves.
You can't be a real Kanye fan and think he has a "God-Like" complex. Dude was literally a nobody in his room making beats and yelling into a camera claiming that he was gonna be the best producer in the world, and then become the best rapper in the world. No one believed in him. He literally worked his *** off non-stop. And the greatest thing to see is that he has never stopped yelling into those cameras. He has never lost that hunger to do better and bring better material to the table. He's won almost every award, and has achieved far more than almost any musician - dead or alive. Yet he still has the hunger.
But of course if you don't like his music... Just hit next.
That last sentence pretty much sums up how I feel about this argument at this point.
(P.S. I read that whole thing in Patrick Bateman's voice.)