DJ Khaled has urged Kanye West to “KEEP GOING” after watching him within the new Netflix documentary Jeen-Yuhs.
The three-part sequence, Jeen-Yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy, explores the controversial artist’s rise to fame, from his work as a producer making beats for different rappers to being one of many largest names in music.
DJ Khaled, who’s previous buddies with West and who has collaborated with him on tracks comparable to “Go Arduous” and “I Want You Would”, shared a video on Instagram of himself watching the documentary whereas getting a manicure.
“Very inspiring @kanyewest documentary. KEEP GOING,” he wrote within the caption, with a praying palms emoji.
Rapper Busta Rhymes commented on the publish with 4 crown emojis.
Followers have been moved by footage within the documentary of a younger West wandering across the Roc-A-Fella Information HQ in the hunt for folks to play his music to.
Within the first half, which was launched to the streaming service on Wednesday 16 February, clips present the uphill battle West confronted in making an attempt to be taking significantly as an artist in his personal proper.
West, who not too long ago modified his title to Ye, has been embroiled in controversy over the previous few weeks as a result of ongoing dispute between him and his ex-wife, Kim Kardashian, alongside along with her boyfriend, Saturday Night time Dwell star Pete Davidson.
After being criticised by followers on social media and known as “scary” by Kardashian, West deleted all of his associated posts earlier than creating a brand new one which learn: “I’ve discovered that utilizing all caps makes folks really feel like I’m screaming at them. I’m engaged on my communication.”
The primary a part of Jeen-Yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy is offered to stream on Netflix now.