Kanye West has unveiled a visually captivating video for his track “Vultures (Havoc Version)” in anticipation of the upcoming release of his collaborative project with Ty Dolla Sign, Vultures Volume One.
Originally released in November, the song features Bump J and Lil Durk.
The mesmerizing visuals for “Vultures (Havoc Version)” were brought to life by artist Jon Rafman.
Fans may recognize certain moments from the video, which were previously teased in an album trailer shared on Instagram, also credited to Rafman.
The release of Vultures Volume One has seen several delays since its initial announcement. Along the way, Ye addressed his series of anti-Semitic remarks from 2022, including controversial statements made during an interview with Alex Jones.
In an apology posted on Instagram, Ye expressed a commitment to personal growth and learning from the experience to foster greater sensitivity and understanding in the future.
However, some responded to the apology with skepticism, and there was speculation about its authenticity, including rumors that it was generated using artificial intelligence.
In “Vultures,” Ye delivers the line, “How I’m anti-Semitic? I just fucked a Jewish bitch.” This came months before the apology and the song’s release, with Ye previously crediting the film 21 Jump Street for changing his perspective on Jewish people.
He emphasized that anger towards individuals should not translate into hatred towards entire communities.
As for the release strategy of the Ye and Ty album, it is scheduled to be unveiled in three volumes. The first installment is set for release on Feb. 9, followed by Volume 2 on March 8 and Volume 3 on April 5.
Earlier this week, Ye dropped a two-part video featuring “Talking,” featuring North West, and “Once Again,” focused on Ty Dolla Sign. The visuals were directed by the acclaimed D’Innocenzo Brothers.