Kanye West & Jay-Z Release "No Church in the Wild" Video on the Web
Considering it seems everything Kanye West and Jay-Z touches turns into gold, the BFFs just released their latest track from their Watch the Throne album.
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As a departure from the first two releases off the album, their third, "No Church in the Wild," features street riots and even a SWAT team! What it doesn't feature, however, are the rappers themselves in the actual video.
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The video looks like freedom fighters "with nothing to lose wage war against an oppressive regime" as pointed out by MTV News. While the video could relate to explosive L.A. riots circa 1992 or London in 2011, the year itself doesn't truly matter since viewers are expected to interpret the images themsleves.
The explosive video is not for the faint hearted, featuring protestors and armed officers. Men are beaten, sprayed, maced and dragged across the ground. Violent and moving, the five minute video seems like it's intended to send a strong message.
Check out their new video on YouTube!