On Wednesday (November 6), Ye's wife Kim Kardashian shared the first look at the "Follow God" visual to her Instagram Stories. While the preview was only a few seconds, it showed Kanye in what looked like Wyoming, rapping while surrounded by nature — snow, mountains, and acres of land. He was also shown riding in a four-wheeler beside his father, Ray West, as noted by Ye's fan page "Team Kanye Daily."
As of today (November 7), there's been no word on a release date for the "Follow God" music video.
The 11-track project features Ty Dolla $ign, Fred Hammond, Kenny G and more. It marked the beginning of a new sound for Ye as he promotes family values, talks of his relationship with Christ, and evangelizes —pointing listeners to the word of God — throughout the record. It's standout tracks include: "On God," "Selah," "Closed On Sunday," which name-checks Chick-fil-A, "Use This Gospel," and "Follow God."
The album debuted at No.1 on the Billboard 200 — Kanye's ninth consecutive No. 1 album in a row — moving 264,000 equivalent album units in its first week.
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