Kanye West is opening up about the message behind his video for his song "Bound 2."
In an interview with New York's Power 105.1 radio, Kanye explains that he intended the visuals to look "as phony as possible," adding that that type of "phony" imagery is "being presented to all of us." He even compared the visuals to those in the "Hunger Games" film series and said that only difference with his video was that there was a "black dude in the middle of it."
In reference to the video, "Yeezy" added that he's not afraid of "making mistakes in front of people."
Check out the full interview below!
The video for "Bound 2" feature Kanye's fiancée, Kim Kardashian, and premiered last week on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show." This week actors Seth Rogen and James Franco made waves for their parody of the video, which included Rogen taking on the role of a topless Kim Kardashian.
*Warning: Explicit language