The five-minute-long music video was released in the early hours of Friday.
The Nick Knight-directed video sees West floating above the clouds as the image of Donda West, his late mother, appears in the sky.
Donda, a professor of English Language, died in 2007 at the age of 58. The coroner’s report at the time of her death confirmed that she died due to complications from liposuction and mammoplasty surgery.
The music video appears to be a continuation of his delivery during his second ‘Donda’ album listening party in Atlanta’s Mercedes Benz Stadium, where he soared up the sky in the arena.
The track, which engages a spiritual atmosphere created by the solemn and emancipating voices of the Sunday Service Choir, gives reassuring faith to Christians and listeners alike that “Everything gonna be right” and “God’s not finished”.
On August 29, Def Jam recording, a US mega distribution company, announced the release of the body of work after weeks of teasing and multiple public listening sessions by Kanye West and his team at GOOD music, his record label.
The 27-track body of work, which comes after the success recorded by ‘Jesus is King‘ (2019), West’s gospel-like ninth album, is named after Donda, the ‘Ye’ rapper’s late mother.
Watch the captivating visuals here:
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