Director Romain Gavras announces when the Frank Ocean-assisted song off the rappers' joint album, 'Watch the Throne', will be made available through a post on his Twitter account.
Jay-Z and Kanye West are close to treat their fans with another music video for their song off joint album, "Watch the Throne". It was director Romain Gavras who took to his Twitter account to uncover when the much-talk-about visual for the rappers' "No Church in the Wild" will be made available.
In a recent post he made, the French director, who is known for his works on M.I.A.'s "Bad Girls" and "Born Free" videos, tweeted that the brand new clip will be unleashed on Tuesday, May 29. "My new video for jay z and kanye is out tomorow. #nochurchinthewild," so he wrote on late Monday.
Hov and Yeezy filmed the music video for "No Church" in the streets of Prague, Czech Republic in April. A snippet for the visual has been played during the European leg of the MCs' "Watch the Throne" tour after an inspirational clip set to Louis Armstrong's "What a Wonderful World" was played. Picking up a street-riot theme, it sees a man throwing molotov cocktails in slow-motion.
A Frank Ocean-assisted song, "No Church in the Wild" itself has been featured in the trailers for "Safe House" and the 2012 film adaptation of "The Great Gatsby".