July 23, 2013 02:13:30 GMT
The official version of the 'BLKKK SKKKN HEAD' visuals allows fans to speed up or slow down the image and the sound as well as screen-grab the picture.
Kanye West finally unleashes the final version of his "Black Skinhead" music video, which was prematurely leaked two weeks ago, much to his dismay. While there is not much change in the content that sees him roaming in the shadow, the official video is worth to watch as it is equipped with interactive tools.
The experimental clip, directed by photographer Nick Knight who helped Lady GaGa with her "Born This Way" visuals and helped Kanye with his "New Slaves" video, allows viewers to slow down or speed up the image and the sound. It also gives them an option to capture stills from the video and share them on social media.
Kanye and the noted photographer reportedly need over five months to polish the video to meet their satisfaction. So, it's no wonder that the rapper found the leak earlier this month "heartbreaking." Pleading with the online media to "please take it down," he said back then, "Allow me and Nick to give the world what we've been losing sleep over."
"Black Skinhead" or stylized as "BLKKK SKKKN HEAD" is taken from Kanye's latest studio installment "Yeezus".
Kanye West's "Black Skinhead" music video