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Kanye Debuts New Video for Justice's "Stress"

May 2, 2008 1:08 PM ET

 

 

It's Brand Spankin' New Week over at Kanye West's blog, as the rapper took time from his busy touring and Connect Four-ing schedule to post "Stress," the new video by dance duo Justice. The video is kind of like a real life Grand Theft Auto: random people are harassed, cars are vandalized, street musicians are beat up, cops are fought and Molotov cocktails are thrown by five or six young derelicts wearing jackets donning Justice's crucifix logo. That pretty much sums it up. Watch above.

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