Kanye’s Brilliance Reflects as a Producer in This Unreleased Clip From jeen-yuhs

Kanye’s Brilliance Reflects as a Producer in This Unreleased Clip From jeen-yuhs

Kanye West, who now legally is known as Ye, is a genius music maker, rapper, and producer. One can argue that he is a controversial figure. Who has been in the social limelight every time for different reasons. But the guy is a genius nevertheless. So now that the jeen-yuhs trilogy is complete, an unreleased video has surfed the internet that just acts as a testament to the 21 Grammy winners’ extraordinary talents.

Unreleased video

The docuseries about the famous rapper and producer was decades in the making. It follows the journey of the now highly successful musician from his beginning days to his huge success. The first part of the three-part series was released on February 16th, and the last part releasing on March 2nd.

Now that (almost) everything from Ye’s life is out in the open, TIMES, the studio behind the series, has released a never seen before clip.

The clip is from 2017 summers when Teyana Taylor and Ye recorded Cold Hearts for her album K.T.S.E. While the two of them were working on the song, Ye creates a beat from scratch and lays it before Taylor. The duo then talk about vocals and beat placing. Ye again impresses everyone when he makes a new beat instead of shuffling the vocals to the preexisting one.

In the clip, Ye is talking about the importance of bridges. According to him, it is at bridges that people “pour their hearts out.” The artist says, “Why not make that the hook? And that’s where I always sample. I usually be sampling the bridges of songs from the ’70s.”

Watch the exclusive clip from TIMES Studio and Creative Control here.

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Will there be jeen-yuhs 4 or another season?

It took directors Coodie Simmons and Chike Ozah more than 10 years to make jeen-yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy and they haven’t said anything about a fourth episode or another season. Since it does take immense effort and time to make the documentary, it is possible that we might not get another season.

However, with the show’s huge popularity and success, Ye’s team and the directors may collaborate again as there must be tons of footage they did not use and can give us, perhaps, a film.

Meanwhile, if you like jeen-yuhs you can also watch Hip-Hop Evolution and Coach Snoop.

What do you feel about ye and his talents as a rapper and producer? Let us know in the comments below.

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