One of Kanye West’s longstanding goals when it comes to visual output has been to work with Steve McQueen and now it seems that collaboration’s result will be available later this week.

According to the New York Times, West’s video for “All Day/I Feel Like That” will make its United States premiere at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art on Saturday (July 25). Directed by the 12 Years a Slave filmmaker, the collaborative video is a result of work and months of praise between the two artists. The visual representing the already released track will run for hours in the museum for four days during the time its open.

The video was first shown in March during the Foundation Louis Vuitton in Paris fashion week and features a single nine-minute take at the Chatham Dockyard in southeast England. It follows Kanye through an empty warehouse running and dodging as if being pursued by the camera (perhaps a portrayal of police) and has him ending by standing against a wall in order to catch his breath.



Kanye West is currently working on his forthcoming album, SWISH. He announced the title of his upcoming studio album via Twitter in May. It was previously rumored to be called So Help Me God as Kanye named it as such on the social media site.

For more Kanye West news, watch the following DX Daily: