A short clip of the Hype Williams-directed visuals comes via Shihan Barbee, an animator who was involved in the video's production.
A snippet of Kanye West's "RoboCop" music video has surfaced online. XXL reports that the short clip, which features appearances from the rapper and his then-girlfriend Amber Rose, hit the web via animator Shihan Barbee who worked on the production.
The brief preview sees Rose's face being digitally inserted onto the body of a naked doll. She jerks around in a pink-themed room while West, clad in a tuxedo and a pair of black shades, just stands next to her and watches her every move.
"RoboCop" music video was filmed by director Hype Williams in 2008/2009 for West's "808's & Heartbreak" album. "I think that's the holy grail, if you can make your video look as good as a video game, and not be computer generated, and just have that type of intensity coming off the screen," the star once said of the visuals during an on-set interview.
The video was reportedly shelved after he and Rose broke up.