UPDATE 1:42 p.m.: Not so fast. Sources have now confirmed to Pitchfork that this clearly official-esque video has apparently not been dubbed official by Kanye West just yet. Bummer. But who really knows what the hell is going on?

UPDATE 04/28/16: Kanye West has reportedly decided to make Aziz Ansari and Eric Wareheim's obviously brilliant take on "Famous" the track’s official video, according to Consequence of Sound. Good call.

See original story from 04/13/16 below.

Do you enjoy pasta? What about The Life of Pablo? Noodles and Pablo-related joys abound in Aziz Ansari and Eric Wareheim's officially unofficial video for Kanye West's Pablo centerpiece "Famous," which should only make you fall even deeper in love with Swizz Beatz' frenetic ad libs. As you might expect, Aziz and Eric hit all the right notes with their dead serious interpretation of the Rihanna-featuring standout.

With Master of None's second season presumably coming soon, this little taste of Italy (with a splash of Big Bud Lil Bud) means the art of the first season should continue into the next without any interruption whatsoever. In fact, as previously reported, the second batch of Master of None will (small spoiler alert!) would appear to be taking place in Italy:

 

Modena è una città bella. (Modena is a beautiful city.)

A photo posted by @azizansari on Feb 23, 2016 at 9:10am PST

Ansari, of course, is no stranger to randomly popping up for a Kanye visual. Back in 2011, Ansari served as a relatively calm hype man in the Spike Jonze-directed video for Watch the Throne single "Otis."

Though he hasn't publicly commented on it just yet, we can safely assume that Ye will absolutely love this take on "Famous." The video also brings to mind that time Zach Galifianakis flipped "Can't Tell Me Nothing" into a nonsensical meditation on country life, which you can revisit below because you should actually be revisiting it each and every day of your life: