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Kanye West Condemns Leaked 'Black Skinhead' Video

Video for 'Yeezus' single still in the works, says rapper

July 9, 2013 4:50 PM ET
Kanye West
Kanye West
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The video for Kanye West's "Black Skinhead" that recently made its way online is actually a leaked, unfinished version, the MC said in a handful of tweets today. As MTV points out, the stark, animated video for the first official single from Yeezus surfaced yesterday with links leading back to a "development" page on the Universal Music Group website. The page has since been password protected.

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West said that the official video, created with Nick Knight, will be ready in the next week. He also had some choice words for whoever leaked the video.

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