It’s been almost two weeks since Kanye West delivered his Jesus Is King album and now he’s gearing up to roll out the project’s videos.
On Wednesday (Nov. 6), Kim Kardashian teased a clip for Jesus Is King track No. 3, “Follow God,” on her Instagram story. The video appears to be filmed in Wyoming, where the Wests own a $14 million ranch, and features snow, wildlife and a cameo from Kanye’s dad, Ray West.
So far, Ye hasn’t announced when the video will be released in its entirety. Check out the snippet on Kim’s Instagram below.
⚠️⚠️ Is the Kanye West FOLLOW GOD video about to drop from Jesus Is King ??— AUD'$ (@AUDollars) November 7, 2019
Kim Kardashian just posted this clip on her IG story and it looks WILD @kanyewest @TeamKanyeDaily @KanyePodcast @KimKardashian @DebatingHipHop_ pic.twitter.com/2Jgc9zToN4
Jesus Is King debuted at the No. 1 spot on the Billboard 200, moving 264,000 equivalent album units within its first week of release. The 11-track record earned Kanye his ninth consecutive No. 1, tying him with Eminem for the longest-spanning track record of consecutive No. 1 album debuts. The record, which featured Ty Dolla $ign, Clipse, Kenny G, Ant Clemons, the Sunday Service choir and Fred Hammond, received mixed reviews.
Kim previously played a part in sharing the Jesus Is King tracklist back in September, before the album missed its initial release date. On Tuesday (Nov. 5), she appeared as a guest on “The Real,” where she discussed her and her family’s adjustments to Kanye’s newfound Christianity.
“The kids are getting older and he’s very cautious about what we have in the house,” she said on the show. “We got rid of the TVs in the kids rooms and removed makeup from North’s room. He’s had this epiphany, not the he wasn't an amazing dad, but being a little bit more strict as a dad and very forceful on the imagery that’s in our household and what they see.”
“I actually agree with it,” she continued, speaking about Kanye’s objection to her Met Gala dress, “but I’m always gonna be me.”