Well, this certainly is different than the rest of the holiday music out right now. Kanye West has just released his very own Christmas song titled "Christmas in Harlem," which touches on some of the regular seasonal themes: window shopping, lighting the tree, hot chocolate. Only in this case, "hot chocolate" is actually referring to Kanye himself. It's not surprising that the song takes a somewhat sexual turn, as Kanye raps about a gift that "ain't for the kids to see." Um, we'll just use our imagination, thanks.
Despite that twist, it's actually a nice, spirited tune — and way cooler than some of the cheeseball stuff on the radio. Give it a listen after the jump.