Kanye West shares dark new video for ‘Heaven And Hell’
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Kanye West shares dark new video for ‘Heaven And Hell’

Kanye West has shared his gloomy new video for ‘Heaven and Hell’.

The track is the latest song from Donda to be given the visual treatment and follows a series of masked and hooded individuals, including one who is supposed to be West, who raps while a flock of bodies come hurling in his direction.

The video for ‘Heaven and Hell’ premiered last night on ESPN in the middle of an NCAA college football game, and it also works as an advert for the brand new Yeezy Gap range.

Kanye famously used to work at Gap, and it’s a lifelong ambition to work alongside the clothing brand. Their newly created label is also in collaboration with Balenciaga.

Meanwhile, last week it was revealed that Ye is reportedly already busy working on the sequel to Donda. The news comes from Steven Victor, who worked alongside West as COO of the rapper’s label, GOOD Music. In a statement provided to Complex Magazine, he said that Ye has already turned his attention towards “his new masterpiece”.

Victor also stated that the working title of the album is currently Donda 2, and this would be the first time in West’s career that he has officially made a sequel. Although, his first three records, The College DropoutLate Registration and Graduation, combine to create a trilogy even if it was never official.