‘jeen-yuhs’ Kanye West Documentary Trailer on Netflix: WATCH

You don’t must be a genius to know that Ye (previously Kanye West) has impacted music over the previous twenty years. But why not see it from the jeen-yuhs himself anyway? Ye documentary jeen-yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy is ready to premiere February 16 on Netflix and air over three weeks, the streamer introduced on January 10. The announcement got here with a brand new teaser for the doc, that includes Ye talking to rapper Rhymefest in 2002. “Me and Fest got into an argument,” Ye says within the clip. “I feel like he disrespected me, man. Tried to say I wasn’t a genius, shit.” Fest replies, “But who are you to call yourself a genius?” The teaser additionally options plenty of clips from through the years, together with Ye with Jay-Z and Pharrell; his debut occasion for The Life of Pablo; and pictures of his late mom, Donda.

The decades-in-the-making project was bought to Netflix final year with the promise of years of unreleased footage from Clarence “Coodie” Simmons and Chike Ozah, Ye collaborators who adopted the musician because the outset of his career. A Netflix launch referred to as the project “an intimate and revealing portrait of Kanye West’s experience, showcasing both his formative days trying to break through and his life today as a global brand and artist.” jeen-yuhs is ready to premiere on the digital Sundance Film Festival on January 23. The first installment, “Act 1 (Vision),” will even play in film theaters nationally for sooner or later on February 10, days earlier than it hits Netflix.

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