When does the Kanye West documentary premiere on Netflix?

KANYE's new documentary chronicles his life and his early days.

The directors of some of Kanye West's famous videos also directed the documentary, exciting fans all over the world.

When does the Kanye West documentary premiere on Netflix?

The Kanye West documentary, jeen-yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy, will premiere on Netflix on February 16, 2022.

Coodie and Chike are the directors of this documentary, which has been described as a “once in a lifetime three-week global event.”

Fans are looking forward to this documentary because they believe the directors, who are responsible for creating many of Kanye's music videos such as Jesus Walks, will produce top-notch content.

What is Kanye West's documentary about?

Kanye's documentary, jeen-Yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy, chronicles the entirety of his career.

The newly-released trailer shows Kanye and Rhymefest in a studio debating over whether the future presidential nominee was a genius in 2002.

Additionally, the trailer shows well-known faces such as Pharell, Jay-Z, and Kid Cudi in the studio with Kanye West.

In commenting on the video, Time Studios president, Ian Orefice, who is also the producer of this documentary stated: "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."

What was the highlight in the trailer?

The main highlight of the video was the argument between Kanye and Rhymefest.

Kanye started by saying: "God, I feel like he disrespected me."

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Rhymefest responded by saying: "Well, who are you to call yourself a genius."

Subsequently, Kanye smiles briefly while looking at the camera.

Music is then heard in the background, with Kanye yelling in the recording studio and creating his own beats.

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