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2013-07-23 22:30
 
Black Skinhead
Los Angeles - New father and rap star Kanye West's music video Black Skinhead was finally released on his website on Monday, and it showcases a new interactive element never done before.

On Kanye's website, you are greeted with a short intro to the video and your cursor turns into a hand that is giving you the middle finger. Fans are able to slow down the video and take pictures of the song's imagery, which the Yeezus singer describes as "a step towards the possibilities of internet based video" on his Twitter account.

The video itself is quite a bizarre black and white foray of barking dogs and CGI men with chains around the neck. The character seems to represent Kanye himself with a lot of unnatural jumping and nakedness.

Leaked footage

Two weeks ago, footage of the video was leaked online, which led to a hate-filled Twitter rant from the rapper, in which he asked website not to show the footage and had some choice words for whoever leaked it.

Below you can watch the video, but for the interactive element visit  Khanye's website.



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