Lil Durk went “Kanye Krazy” on this new video.
Producer/rapper Kanye West will certainly go down as one in all Chi-City’s biggest acts. Over the past 2 many years, he has managed to craft a few of hip hop’s most beloved beats, penned a number of the style’s most inspiring lyrics, and stirred some fairly controversial discussions. No marvel fellow Chi-City native Lil Durk discovered it becoming to recreate the magic of Ye with a really nostalgic music video. Should you’ve been following Ye for at the very least the final decade and a half, it is possible for you to to choose up on the scenes recreated within the Cole Bennett directed music video for Durk’s “Kanye Loopy.”
Earlier than Kanye grew to become a world-renown vogue mogul, he crafted “Runaway,” which was launched on his album, My Stunning Darkish Twisted Fantasy. In that music video, we noticed Kanye taking part in a white piano earlier than being flocked by ballerinas, one thing Lil Durk additionally falls prey to in his video. One other iconic music video for Ye was “I Love It,” that includes Lil Pump. Each males sport extralarge Roblox-resembling fits and enormous chain for that 2018 launch that you just both beloved for its simplicity or hated.
A nude model of Kim Kardashian didn’t characteristic alongside Lil Durk on this music video, however he was nonetheless in a position to recreate that killer bike scene from “Certain 2.” White shutter shades have been the factor 11 years in the past when “Stronger” was launched. Together with calling on the style development current at the beginning of the final decade, he additionally copied Ye’s hand gestures right down to the T. The animated components from “Heartless,” and Durk occupying a super-sized mattress full of bikini-wearing females taken from “Well-known” rounded out the music video references.
Cole additionally touched on a few of these Ye moments that shocked followers. Take his help of former US President Donald Trump or his main blow-out on Sway In The Morning. His mic grabbing antics on the 2009 VMAs will perpetually be a defining second in Ye’s historical past and easily couldn’t be omitted.
Followers are nonetheless attempting to decipher if Durkio’s flick was meant as a parody or a technique to pay homage. Some say it’s a little bit of each.
“Kanye Krazy” is taken from the deluxe model of Lil Durk’s sixth studio album, ‘The Voice.’ Followers are already calling on Ye to hop onto the remix.
That is the second video of this kind we have now seen this week after NLE Choppa dropped his Tupac Shakur impressed video “Image Me Grapin.”