• Kanye West released a new song at the second listening party of his album "Donda"
  • The song's lyrics appeared to reference his relationship with Kim Kardashian
  • Kardashian was present at both of West's listening parties for his "Donda" album

Kanye West seemingly referenced his relationship and split with estranged wife Kim Kardashian in a new song that he revealed during the second listening party for his album "Donda."

On Thursday, West held his second "Donda" event at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia, where he unveiled a new track on his 10th studio album — seemingly titled "Lord I Need You." The song appeared to reference his and Kardashian's ongoing divorce and how he has been coping with it.

"Time and space is a luxury / But you came here to show that you're still in love with me," West rapped on the track, according to People.

The "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star attended both "Donda" listening events, the outlet noted. Kardashian was joined by their daughters North, 8, and Chicago, 3, and sons Saint, 5, and Psalm, 2.

In addition to the new track, West also updated the lyrics of the song "Love Unconditionally," which he previewed at the first event in July and is widely believed to be about the breakdown of their marriage.

The song begins with the Yeezy founder's late mother, Donda West, offering him some advice about love and marriage. "Two lessons that he passed along to his children," his mother said on the track. "The first is that no matter what, you never abandon your family. The second was that no matter what, you love unconditionally."

During the first listening party, West rapped, "I'm losing my family." But in the second event, he changed the lyrics to, "I'm losing all my family / Darling, come back to me," CNN and Buzzfeed noted.

The other lyrics debuted for the song include, "She's screaming at me / Honey, why could you leave? / Darling, how could you leave? / Come back tonight, baby / Come back tonight, darling, please / Darling, how could you leave?"

West's fans have been waiting for the release of "Donda," but he has continued to delay the album. It was initially expected to hit streaming services Friday.

The Grammy winner's album is named after his late mom, who passed away in 2007 at age 58. This is his first offering since the release of his 2019 gospel album "Jesus Is King" and since Kardashian filed for divorce in February.

West and Kardashian have remained cordial following their split and are co-parenting their four children.

"Kanye and [Kardashian] have been co-parenting successfully and both of them want what's best for the kids," an unnamed insider told Entertainment Tonight, adding that their children are "doing great."

Kanye West and Kim Kardashian
NEW YORK, NEW YORK - NOVEMBER 06: Kanye West and Kim Kardashian attend the WSJ Mag 2019 Innovator Awards at The Museum of Modern Art on November 06, 2019 in New York City. Mark Sagliocco/WireImage