Accompanying the deluxe edition of his sixth studio album, The Voice, Lil Durk released a Cole Bennett-directed music video for “Kanye Krazy.”

Paying tribute to Kanye West, the playful visual for the Karltin Banks, LondnBlue, John Lam, and Tahj Money produced track sees the Chicago artist become ‘Ye throughout the years. Starting off with Durk in a “Runaway” white tux, the Lyrical Lemonade video moves onto the “I Love It” costume, followed by a dip in Kanye’s recent political efforts. Aside from showing “Bound 2” and “Stronger”-inspired scenes, the video also touches on controversial moments like Kanye’s argument with Sway and Taylor Swift VMA interruption. Before ending with a Sunday Service set up, “Good Morning” animation, “Famous” bed scene and The Life of Pablo credit card.

Watch the music video for “Kanye Krazy” above and listen to Lil Durk’s The Voice (Deluxe) on Spotify and Apple Music below.

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