Kanye West dropped a visual from his latest album Donda to the surprise of his fans. He has shared a new music video for the song “Heaven and Hell”—a dark visual of masked individuals and the swirl of floating bodies among the clouds. The video, which also serves as a Yeezy Gap ad, aired tonight on ESPN during the NCAA football championship game.
You can head over to Yeezy Gap to purchase the black hoodie that’s featured in the video for $80. The hoodie, which is made from 100 percent cotton, is expected to ship out in 4-8 weeks after purchase.
The video for “Heaven and Hell” follows the release hours earlier by Netflix with a a trailer for the forthcoming jeen-yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy documentary that will explore Kanye’s life and career. jeen-yuhs is set to premiere on February 16 on the streaming platform. The first installment of the doc will also receive a theatrical release on Feb. 10. “Filmmakers Coodie and Chike have created an extraordinary film and we’re honored that they have trusted TIME Studios to produce jeen-yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy,” TIME Studios President Ian Orefice said on Monday in a press release. “We’re excited to partner with Iconic Events Releasing to give the world a chance to first experience the once in a generation storytelling in theaters.”