Over the summer, Kanye West teamed with director Steve McQueen ("12 Years A Slave") to create a visual compliment for "All Day" and a brand new song, "I Feel Like That."
Shot in one take, the short was originally expected to arrive after it was featured as the subject of a presentation at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art last year. But after a long delay, the nine-minute "All Day/ I Feel Like That" clip finally arrived online today (February 22).
The video captures 'Ye as its muse, powerfully capturing the rapper playing cat-and-mouse throughout the two records. For "All Day," he's fierce and direct, chasing the camera while hissing lines like "If you ain't with us, you in our way ni--a" right into the lens. However on "I Feel Like That," it's a different scenario. Instead of pursuing the camera on the soaring ballad, Ye, instead, scurries away from the attention — shifting left and right, while often times ducking and jumping.
Digging into the context, the video seemingly symbolizes the duality of fame for the ever-popular star.
Update: Hopefully you caught it this morning, cause it's since been removed.