Video: Kanye West – Black Skinhead

After an incomplete version of this leaked a couple of weeks back, Kanye drops the final version of his new interactive video for “Black Skinhead”.

Directed by Nick Knight, hit the jump for more info.


Previously: Kanye vs. Paparazzi at LAX (Round 2)


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12 Responses to “Video: Kanye West – Black Skinhead”

  1. Casket Face Says:

    This the joint from kanyewest.com right?

  2. Casket Face Says:

    It’s old, ole’ NBA Ballers create a character version of Kanye right? Hologram Tupac wave.

  3. Harlem World Says:

    I like the song but this video is trash!

    I was expecting better cus Kanye usually got interesting vids.

  4. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    uhrmmm….word?

  5. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    co this song being dope especially in the wheels. he mighta fucked up making it interactive tho. the slanderous gifs will be aplenty.

  6. b Says:

    Dude is there a day that you aren’t here?

  7. b Says:

    How hilarious is a nigga photoshopping his checking account then getting caught tho? pardon me if I take nothing u type serious for obvious reasons cashisfake.

  8. Harlem World Says:

    Al Sharpton’s forthcoming memoir, The Rejected Stone, is being released on Cash Money Content to the shock of many. Sharpton was a very public critic of Lil Wayne, and hip-hop artists in general who for their use of profanity including the “n-word.” It was Al Sharpton who met with PepsiCo and the family of Emmett Till regarding the YMCMB rapper’s offensive lyrics referencing Till and framed in a sexual context. PepsiCo later released Lil Wayne from his endorsement with the company.

    So, imagine the shock and awe when after years of animosity on both sides, Sharpton inked a deal with Cash Money Content, the publishing arm of Cash Money Records, Lil Wayne’s home label. The memoir, The Rejected Stone will track Sharpton’s personal evolution from a New York street activist to a political candidate and spokesperson for civil rights. Sharpton is also a media personality and host of PoliticsNation on MSNBC. The book will be released by Cash Money Content and Massenburg Media, in partnership with the Simon & Schuster imprint, Atria.

    ======================
    “And I’m the newest member of the Ca$h Money team
    And I’mma make this nicca Baby made more cream”

    (c) Al Sharpton

  9. b Says:

    video -free j- Black Skinhead(with no hairline)

  10. b Says:

    my email is bsinatra145@gmail.com…please dont troll me….

  11. Casket Face Says:

    Problems I have with this video.

    1) If Kanye is a revolutionary, this video and lyrics undermine his message.

    - If you knew in the past what you know now it would be different? So otherwise you wouldn’t have sold your soul cooning?

    2) The message is convoluted in historical inaccuracy and symbolism.
    - I don’t get the correlation between “Skinheads” and “Klu Klux Klan”
    - A skinhead’s actually closely shaven head was only one aspect of skinhead culture. They became political decades later. They were also black skinheads. The were involved in hate crimes against Pakistani people.

    3) What exactly are you revolting against? Anti-establishment? The Press? Consumerism?
    -Ironically you named several high price consumer items in the song itself.
    -Original skinheads were KIDS looking to be different, they championed the WORKING CLASS from which they came.
    -So is it Niggas in Paris or a revolt against luxury brands which you rap about?

    Kanye has become a coon and an example of what lack of education of self can possibly produce. In addition he’s RICH, and a icon. So people we use him as an example for the black race since he regularly puts himself in that seat.

    Don’t fight for my rights Kanye, I’m good bro.

  12. AFGun Says:

    kanye is done

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