The wait is almost over. Kanye West’s Steve McQueen-directed video for “All Day” is set to make its American premiere later this month.
The short film, entitled “All Day/I Feel Like That,” will play in a gallery at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) on Saturday, July 25, reports The New York Times. The exhibit will be open for four days during museum hours.
Kanye first screened the video during Paris Fashion Week at the Fondation Louis Vuitton in March. The extended clip shows West running through an empty warehouse while rapping along to “All Day” as well as “I Feel Like That,” an unreleased cut off his forthcoming album Swish.
West and McQueen have been friends for years, but this marks their first collaboration. In 2013, the rapper presented the 12 Years a Slave director with the Breakout Director award during the 17th annual Hollywood Film Awards.
“[He’s] an artist I’m proud to call my friend and someone I have great respect for,” said West. “I’ve always admired Steve’s work.”
Meanwhile, the Pan American Games in Canada have announced that West will headline the closing ceremony at Rogers Centre in Toronto on July 26.