Kanye West Reunites With His Father In Wyoming For New "Follow God" Video
The video for the first Jesus is King single takes place on Kanye's ranch in Cody, Wyoming.
The first visuals from Jesus is King have arrived. Kanye West released the "Follow God" video on Friday, which features himself and his father Ray West. The two survey the land on West's 4000-acre ranch in Cody, Wyoming, all while doing donuts in two all-terrain vehicles.
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Kanye leaves a message for fans at the end of the video.
"My dad came to visit me at one of our ranches in Cody, Wyoming. He talked about his love for fishing, and how he would like to come here in the summers. It took me 42 years to realize that my dad was my best friend. He asked me, 'How many acres is this? I told him 4000.' He replied with these three words: 'A black man?'"
In related news, N.O.R.E. recently called Jesus is King trash.
"I love Kanye. I wanna be clear…How the fuck you got Clipse on a record that's not good? Jesus is mad at this ni**a," he said. "I feel like Jesus ain't even co-sign this s**t."
Jesus is King is available on major streaming platforms.