AceShowbiz - Kanye West and Ty Dolla $ign have released a rework version of their collaborative single. Ahead of releasing their album "Vultures", the "All of the Lights" rapper and the "Sucker for Pain" spitter unleashed "Vultures (Havoc Version)" and its accompanying music video.
On Thursday, February 8, the 46-year-old hip-hop artist made use of his Instagram page to share the spooky visuals of the song, which was produced by Mobb Deep rapper Havoc. The clip featured people covering nearly their whole body with oversized long capes in black and white colors. Some of them also donned masks, leaving only their eyes exposed.
One of the scenes documented an unidentified man wearing a black hoodie and keeping his face under tight wraps with a white mask. The man appeared to be screaming as he let his mouth wide open. He was standing a distance in front of a building that was exploding and caught on fire.
Along with the footage, Kanye offered details of the music video in the caption of the post. He spilled that the visuals were fully made using Artificial Intelligence or AI by a Canadian artist and filmmaker named Jon Rafman.
After dropping the track and its visuals, Kanye garnered mixed responses from social media users. In the comments section of the post, some of them candidly said that they liked the Havoc version more than the "OG" version. Another penned, "I love the new kanye, the always rude kanye."
On the other hand, a third Instagram user stated, "I miss the old Kanye," adding a crying face emoji. In the meantime, a fourth voiced their excitement, "This song is [a slew of flame emojis] my head would stop knockin!!! Can't for Ye next tour!!!"
Kanye and Ty will release their joint album "Vulture" on February 9 after several delays. The new set will feature guest appearances from Kid Cudi, Playboi Carti, Future, Young Thug, Freddie Gibbs, Chris Brown, YG, Bump J, Lil Durk, James Blake, Charlie Wilson, Quavo and Leon Bridges.