Kanye West’s “All Day/I Feel Like That” Video Will Make Its American Debut In Los Angeles
Kanye West's Steve McQueen-directed visuals for "All Day" will make its way to L.A.
Kanye West and 12 Years A Slave director Steve McQueen teamed up for the rapper’s latest visuals. Previously premiered at Paris Fashion Week at the Fondation Louis Vuitton Gallery back in March, the “All Day” mini-movie will also feature another track from Yeezy’s upcoming SWISH album, “I Feel Like That.” The clip is scheduled to make its American debut on July 25 at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, The New York Times reports.
The “All Day/I Feel Like That” video was reportedly filmed in one, single nine-minute take at the Chatham Dockyard in southeast London. The reel finds West running from the camera through an empty warehouse and features up-close-and-personal shots as he sweats, pants and eventually rests against a wall. The short film will run at the museum for four days during regular business hours. McQueen offered a special screening of the video after not being able to fulfill a request to give a talk.
Days after the Paris debut earlier this year, West tweeted that he decided to make his BRIT Awards performance of “All Day” the single’s official video:
I decided to make it the first official video featuring Theophilus Allan Kingdom and Paul McCartney http://t.co/jD2BnEzN5Z
— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) March 16, 2015
No word on if the McQueen-directed visuals will get the Vevo treatment.