Finally, an article that has seemingly nothing at all to do with Kanye West's increasingly damaging 2020 quasi-campaign efforts.
If you're still bothering to follow the art side of the West world, then you may have noticed some chatter this week about the surfacing of a previously unreleased video for the Kanye West and Tyga collab "Feel Me." The video—directed by "Fade" and "Famous" collaborator Eli Russell Linnetz—features both Kim Kardashian and Kylie Jenner, with many interpreting the visual elements as showing the former giving metaphorical birth to the latter.
Despite others pointing out that the moment in question sort of looks more like Jenner giving birth to Jenner, the director has since confirmed the Kardashian interpretation in an interview with—who else?—E! News.
"It features Kylie coming out of Kim's vagina," Linnetz said. "The metaphorical meaning being that there would be no Kylie without Kim."
The video is said to have been produced about three years ago, ultimately requiring five months of filming and a nearly $1 million budget, though its official release was ultimately called off due to Jenner and Tyga calling it quits.
"Feel Me" appeared on Tyga's 2017 project BitchImTheShit2, which also featured G.O.O.D. Music president Pusha-T.
Earlier this month, Tyga continued his recent run of singles with the release of the Rodrigo Films-directed video for his El Alfa collab "Trappea."