After overnight-dropping the track, which includes production from Ye and 88-Keys, King Push shared the black-and-white, Omar Jones-directed visual on Tuesday afternoon. The video sees the two artists dancing in an empty, white studio through a series of experimental shots.
Ye’s girlfriend Julia Fox previously confirmed that the two artists were creating a music video during an interview before it was debuted at the afterparty for NIGO’s Fall/Winter 2022 KENZO debut in Paris.
The track arrives four years after the release of King Push’s previous Ye-produced album, Daytona, which debuted in May 2018. Since then, Pusha T has released a selection of singles, including “No Problem,” “Sociopath,” “Coming Home” and Puppets (Succession Remix),” as well as several collaborations with the likes of Babyface Ray, Black Thought, Divine, Mako, Swizz Beatz and several others.
Watch Pusha T’s “Diet Coke” music video co-starring Kanye West above.
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