The only music artist who evolves artistically while maintaining the spotlight in the 21st century worthy of Bowie, Dylan, and Prince. Yes.
The 2010 short film Runaway. Thought it was quite good, and the music (all of it from Yeezy's upcoming LP "My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy") complemented the images well. Spoiler: In particular, I enjoyed when a sampling of the track "Hell of a Life" came on during the dinner scene when the phoenix flips out. Watch the 35 minute short in its entirety, commercial-free and in HD here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O7W0DMAx8FY
Well, at the time of my initial post, the album had not been released yet and (as a fan of Ye's work since the year 2000) I was highly anticipating the new recording. In addition, the sleek but masturbatory Runaway film did its job in maintaining that hype for me. 15 months later and the music from MBDTF still bangs, however I would place the somewhat bloated LP right smack dab in the middle of Mr. West's studio album discography. As for Runaway, I still like it. Why? Because although it is essentially an overlong music video, it doesn't try to be anything else but an elaborate visual narrative sampler for the album (which in that sense it works effectively). Also, when it comes to music videos, rarely do I look for substance anyway since style (and promoting the studio recording) is the name of the game. And I think we can all agree that Runaway has style in spades (for better or for worse). Hopefully that answered your blunt inquiry. And thanks for the like, dust in love!