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Teaser For Ye’s Movie “Jeen-Yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy” Is Out

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The teaser for Ye's new docu-series is out. Image source: Netflix.

Ye continues to give his fans something to look forward to. On Monday, the second official trailer for the upcoming Netflix documentary series about Kanye West, “Jeen-Yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy,” dropped. This docu-series gives Ye fans a look into 20 years of the Chicago native’s road to superstardom. The documentary is also produced by TIME Studios. The directors are Clarence “Coodie” Simmons and also Chike Ozah. “Coodie & Chike captured the intimate story with a behind-the-scenes look at the rapper’s early days in the industry.

Billboard then announced the coming of the series in April of 2021. The moment is finally here as the critically acclaimed release draws near.

Ye, The “Jeen-Yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy” Movie

The newly released trailer takes place in 2002 New York. West will soon be releasing his debut album, “The College Dropout.” “Me and Fest got into an argument in the car,” Ye says of rapper Rhymefest in the movie teaser. “I feel like he disrespected me, man. Tried to say I wasn’t a genius yet.” Rhymefest chimes in to ask, “Well, who are you to call yourself a genius?”

Ye’s dedication to God also appears evident in the movie, with his crossover to the gospel arena and the expansion of his Sunday Services. West’s voice covers several clips saying, “It’s always like God saying, ‘I’m about to hand you the world. Just know that at any given time, I could take it away from you.”

Adding to West’s claim to being a genius, super-producer Pharrell Williams gives credit to Ye. Pharrell says, “Very rarely do you encounter self-contained people … this man can do everything himself.”

The visuals also show him in the studio with JAY-Z, performances before large crowds, and laughing with his late mother, Donda.

Watch the newly released teaser below.

21 years in the making, this documentary is what fans look forward to from their favorite artist. It also captured footage of Ye with gauze in his mouth. You can gather this moment tied to 2002 nearly fatal car crash that led to his mouth being wired shut. This moment gave us “Through The Wire.”

“Jeen-Yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy” will premiere at the virtual Sundance Film Festival. It will then hit Netflix on Feb. 16 also, as part of a three-week event.

Until the premiere of the documentary, check out more Kanye West here.

Written by Antoinette Ford

A southern charmer from Georgia who loves hip hop culture and the change it brings to the world. I want to capture what lies beneath the surface of every action and lyric and express it through the eyes of the originator.

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