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Kanye West's 'Fade' is now on YouTube

He knows we can't get enough of Teyana Taylor

By Verinia Khoo | Published: 7 Sep 2016

Video: Kanye West Vevo

Kanye West has released the music video for his track Fade on YouTube and it's become all everyone can talk about ever since it made its debut at the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards. You might have already seen it on Tidal but Teyana Taylor, the dancer in the video, is even more of a reason to make you watch this clip over and over again.

Teyana is no stranger to the spotlight nor is she a newcomer to the scene. She's an actress, singer, a new mum to baby Iman Tayla Shumpert Jr. and wife to NBA star Iman Shumpert. Her daughter and husband were both in Fade by the way. She released her debut single Google Me in 2008 and had previously worked with Kanye on his My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy album in 2012.

And now, she's made an even bigger name for herself thanks to her performance in Ye's Fade. "I was like, Oh, damn, that does look good," she told ELLE.com. "It really inspired me. I realised I have my friendships, I have a relationship, and I have [Iman], and I'm still able to be sexy."

For more of Teyana's work, watch her freestyle of Ye's Champions. Warning: it's NSFW.

Related: MTV Video Music Awards 2016: highlights
Related: Kanye West writes a McDonald's poem, makes us hungry


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