Kanye West Shares "Wash Us in the Blood" Video

Carla Harmon
July 2, 2020

West also revealed that the title of his next album will be God's Country.

After last year's gospel album "Jesus Is King", Yeezy is calling for spiritual deliverance in his new single, "Wash Us in the Blood", which he dropped Tuesday morning.

"Take some, rain, nonstop, raindon't want war/Rain come, rain come/Comeshine, come rain, come up", West sings on the new track.

Along with the highly anticipated song, West, 43 and Scott, 28, released a powerful music video which features footage captured from one of the recent anti-racism protests which was triggered by the death of George Floyd last month.

Kanye West has released the visual for his new song with Travis Scott, "Wash Us In The Blood". The video was created by artist Arthur Jafa.

Near the end of "Wash Us in the Blood", West complains of an unspecified "they" trying to calm him down and evokes President Trump (of whom he's been a famous supporter) with a lyric about his distrust of the media.

JESUS IS KING also made history with #1 debuts on both the Rap Album and Gospel Album charts. He's in there. So too is the Kanye West who reportedly donated US$2 million (AU$2.9 million) to the families of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery, three Black Americans whose recent deaths sparked global outrage.

After announcing that he would be dropping a new song a few days back, Ye surprised fans by actually releasing the song on time.

It is nevertheless unclear when Ye is likely to launch "God's Country".

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