Kanye West reveals a three-part documentary highlighting over 20 years of the artist's influence on the music industry.
Jeen-yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy trailer was released earlier today, and it gives fans an inside look of behind-the-scenes moments and the beginnings of the rapper's prolific journey.
The trailer opened up in 2002 in New York. West is having a conversation with rapper Rhymefest.
"Me and Fest got into an argument in the car," West says. "I feel like he disrespected me, man. Tried to say I wasn't a genius yet."
Rhymefest then asks,
"Well, who are you to call yourself a genius?"
As the trailer progresses, we catch a glimpse of the various artist West has worked with. Pharrell Williams, Jay-Z, and Kid Cudi share precious moments with the rapper.
West had a triumphant saga the first ten years of his rapping career. There will be plenty to unfold from this documentary, from getting into a near-fatal car accident to losing his mother.
The three-week event will premiere at Sundance Film Festival later this month. It will hit theaters Feb. 10 and air on Netflix on Feb, 16!