The new videos utilize the album cover and font from "ye."
The last four weeks have been essentially taken over by the G.O.O.D. Music crew. Starting with Pusha T's Daytona, fans of the label have received brand new albums by Kanye West, Ye with Kid Cudi, and Nas, who enlisted Yeezy for the production of Nasir. While different people have a different favorite out of the four albums that have been released, Teyana Taylor is next to enter the fray on June 22, dropping her next project. Kanye West's eighth solo album, ye, was part of the summer takeover, introducing seven new songs to the world that take an introspective look at the mind of the self-professed creative genius. Ye decided to spice up two of the tracks from the album, providing "All Mine" and "Violent Crimes" with official lyric videos.
Over the years, Kanye has been well-known for putting together some of the most extravagant videos of all time. From "Runaway" to "Flashing Lights," the Chicago artist has always been trusted to create some of the better visuals of the year. With the lyric affairs to "Violent Crimes" and "All Mine," Ye is not embellishing more than he needs to, simply writing the lyrics atop landscapes of Wyoming. Using the same neon green typography as on the album cover, his tracks with Nicki Minaj, 070 Shake, Ty Dolla $ign and Ant Clemons get the single treatment while not being the official singles to the album.
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