The video, released on Wednesday (February 7), was directed by the D’Innocenzo Brothers and features North West rapping and getting her hair done.
Ty Dolla $ign’s daughter Jailynn Crystal also makes an appearance in the video as the crooner raps: “How much to stop the car from speeding?/ They might try to slow down/ How much to stop my daughter from growing?/ I just can’t take it now.”
Check out the full clip below.
After numerous setbacks, it appears as if the new album from Ty and Kanye is finally set to arrive. Earlier this week, they announced a listening party for Vultures in Chicago.
With the project set for release on February 9, an event will take place the night before at the United Center in Ye’s hometown.
Both Ye and Ty posted a promotional flyer on Instagram, confirming the location and date of the event. They also shared a graphic with the number “1,” indicating it’s specifically for Vultures Volume 1 — the first installment in the duo’s planned trilogy.
The United Center has a concert capacity of 23,500 and also serves as the home of the Chicago Bulls and Chicago Blackhawks.
There’s no word yet on whether Vultures Volume 2 and Vultures Volume 3 will have their own events.
A representative for Ye confirmed the tracklist for Vultures Volume 1, revealing 13 songs.
North West recently wore a shirt featuring a different tracklist but with some of the same songs, listing appearances from Future, Playboi Carti, Quavo, YG, Freddie Gibbs, Chris Brown, Lil Durk, Bump J, Timbaland and North herself.
“Talking” appeared on that original tracklist, but “Once Again” did not.
The Chicago icon and LA crooner were initially set to perform the project in front of upwards of 100,000 fans at a concert in Italy in October.
Rumored to take place at the RCF Arena in Reggio Emilia, the show ended up being canceled after reportedly hitting a roadblock.
The pair instead held two Vultures “raves,” including one in Las Vegas where Ye squashed his beef with Kid Cudi.
Following Vultures Volume 1‘s expected arrival on Friday, Vultures Volume 2 is set to be released on March 8, with Vultures Volume 3 coming on April 5.
The albums will serve as Kanye West’s first independent releases after Donda closed out his long-running partnership with Def Jam.