Kanye West’s ‘Black Skinhead’ Video Is Ready for Viewing

Just two weeks after a half-baked version hit the web, Kanye West has posted the final product of his “Black Skinhead” — now stylized “BLKKK SKKKN HEAD” — music video.

Created by director Nick Knight, the video opens with an image of three heads wearing KKK hats — but instead of the typical all white, they’re draped in black. Their cone caps frame the rest of the clip, which centers on a digitally-rendered shirtless West dancing and rapping on a shadowy stage.

The video, streaming on West’s website, is meant to be interactive: it allows viewers to adjust the speed and sound, as well as capture a snapshot to share across social media platforms, all while with a cursor shaped like a hand giving the finger.

As West continues to roll out promotions for his acclaimed album, Yeezus, he has come under fire: he is under investigation after allegedly attacked a videographer at Los Angeles International Airport on Friday.

Get the full experience of “Black Skinhead” — the MC’s first Yeezus single — at kanyewest.com. Lyrics for the song are now available on Directlyrics.

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