Directed by Romain Gavras, this brand new music video for the Frank Ocean-assisted song off 'Watch the Throne' features a violent battle between a group of protesters and a squad of riot police.
A music video for Kanye West and Jay-Z's "No Church in the Wild" has finally arrived. Filled with violence and chaos, this Romain Gavras-directed clip doesn't actually feature any appearances by the Hip-Hop duo. Instead, it depicts a savage war between a group of protesters and a squad of riot police.
Filled with shots of classical Greek statues, this political video was filmed in the streets of Prague, Czech Republic. Before dropping the full version of the visual, Yeezy and Hov have teased fans with a snippet during the European leg of their "Watch the Throne" tour. They played the clip after showing an inspirational clip that is set to Louis Armstrong's "What a Wonderful World".
"No Church in the Wild" is another one of Yeezy and Hov's tracks that comes off their collaborative album, "Watch the Throne". Featuring the vocals of Frank Ocean and The-Dream, the tune has been featured in the trailers for "Safe House" and the 2012 film adaptation of "The Great Gatsby".
The collaboration aside, Yeezy has apparently decided to change the name of his controversial single, "Way Too Cold", yet again to "Cold". The 34-year-old rapper has also unveiled a new cover art. Illustrated by George Condo, the new design for the track originally titled "Theraflu" features a bare-breasted woman in blue.
Kanye West and Jay-Z's "No Church in the Wild" Music Video