Kanye West revisits his ‘Yeezus’ sound for ‘Wash Us in the Blood’ with Travis Scott: Look

Kanye West was a man of his word on Tuesday morning (June 30) when he released his anticipated video, “Wash Us in the Blood,” with Travis Scott.

At 10:00 a.m. EDT, West downloaded his latest visual, which included various clips ranging from old concert performances to split-screen images of people fighting, twerking and dancing, and even a video game version of Travis Scott making a cameo . The production recalls West’s effort in 2013, Yeezus, where he exchanged his soul samples for electro-stylized rhythms.

The featured lyrics head towards the last part of the song when West denounces record labels for trying to sign artists like him. “They want to sign a fake Kanye, they try to sign a quiet ‘Ye / That’s right, I call it Calm-Ye, but don’t take me the wrong way,” he spits. The track was mixed by Dr. Dre.

Later, he criticizes media posts for his editing process when it comes to interviews. “But don’t take me down the wrong path, it took me a long way / They want to edit the interviews, they want to take it to interludes,” he raps.

“Wash Us in the Blood” is the first single from West’s upcoming album God’s country.

Check out the video directed by Arthur Jafa below.