A super PAC for Kanye West’s run for the presidency released two videos for his campaign — both ending in “Yeezy 2020” and “All That Power.”
West said at the Video Music Awards last month that he would run for President in the 2020 election cycle.
“And yes, as you probably could have guessed by this moment, I have decided in 2020 to run for president,” he said at the awards ceremony.
Ready for Kanye, the super PAC behind the Yeezy 2020 campaign, filed its creation paperwork shortly after his announcement.
The group’s first video called, “Kanye for President” was posted Sept. 3 and began with an American flag waving in the wind and an impassioned West stating to a captured audience, “I’m not no politician, bro.”
The video also used clips of boats, smiling children, a man wearing a U.S. Army hat, and more American flags while West talked in the background.
Watch the video, called “Kanye for President:”
The video called, “Influence” was posted Monday and seemed to showcase a thoughtful West, playing some of his quotes over photographs of people of different races.
“We deal with racism… because there are different races,” West said, at the beginning of the second campaign video.
The video used clips of West’s music video, “Only One” which featured his daughter, North, whom he had with wife, Kim Kardashian.
Watch the video, called “Influence:”