Ahead of the third and final episode of Netflix’s jeen-yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy docuseries, TIME magazine unveiled on an unreleased clip from the 2004 video shoot of Kanye West, Twista, and Jamie Foxx’s No. 1 single “Slow Jamz.”

The clip shows Ye explaining his creative vision to those on set. TIME describes the shoot as being “plagued by creative differences, logistical problems, and financial limitations.”

“I’m gonna keep repeating myself over and over and over again. Y’all are forcing me to be the asshole,” Kanye says in the clip. “I’m spazzing.”

The unreleased clip follows the second episode of jeen-yuhs, which was highlighted by archive footage of Ye and Jamie Foxx recording “Slow Jamz.”

The session, which took place at Foxx’s home studio because Roc-A-Fella wouldn’t give Kanye a budget for recording, features West talking Foxx through his guest appearance on the track.

Chike Ozah, who directed the film with Coodie Simmons, spoke to Complex about the duo’s work on the project, which includes a boatload of archival footage that Coodie shot over the years.

“I was blown away by the amount of content he actually captured and the intuition of what he decided to capture. Coodie is very intentful with what he shoots. He doesn’t really waste tape,” Chike told Complex. “I don’t even like to edit. But I used to love editing Coodie’s footage because he almost guides you. You know where to go with his footage and he’s almost telling you how to piece it together just by the way he shoots.”

The third and final act of jeen-yuhs drops this Wednesday on Netflix.