- Kanye West has released the video for his new song Closed on Sunday and added a new twist to his art
- The father of four featured his wife Kim Kardashian and their kids in the video
- Kanye also includes his mother-in-law Kris Jenner and the other Kardashian-Jenner flock
- The rapper has been been on the path to rediscovery and dropped his career as a gospel artist
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Kanye West's most recent music video dubbed "Closed on Sunday" has left people all over the internet stunned after he decided to add a new spin to his art.
The father of four featured nearly his whole family in his song's music video.
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In the video, Kim Kardashian, Kanye's four children and a big chunk of the Kardashian-Jenner flock were spotted doing what they do best - act.
The video was released on Thanksgiving and the best part was when North West decided to do a cover of her dad's part.
As usual, little North stole the show and brought her A-game to the floor.
The song set Twitter ablaze with its odd lyrics.
“Closed on Sunday, you are my Chick-fil-A. Closed on Sunday, you my Chick-fil-A. Hold the selfies, put the gram away. Get your family, y’all hold hands and pray. When you got daughters, always keep ’em safe. Watch out for vipers, do not let them indoctrinate,” rapped Kanye.
Kim had earlier revealed she too went through an awakening that drove her towards modesty and rapid change.
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According to Kim, she recently decided to drop her revealing clothes and embrace fits that covered her bosoms and other body parts.
To the reality TV star, she also wanted to respect her husband Kanye and the new path he has taken in life.
Kanye had confessed to being irked by how Kim always stepped out in suggestive clothes and hoped she would change.
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