A new documentary is coming to the U.K television titled ‘Public Enemies: Jay-Z vs. Kanye West’ will highlight the strained relationship between the the Throne duo.
The documentary is set to premiere Monday on Channel 4 in the U.K., Public Enemies promises to provide “unseen footage and exclusive interviews.” In addition, the documentary will reveal “the story behind JAY-Z and Kanye West’s spectacular rise, their creative partnership and their colossal falling out.”
A 41-second trailer for Public Enemies was released on Wednesday (July 26). The intro features West’s epic diatribe aimed at JAY-Z during his Life of Pablo Tour. “JAY-Z: Call me, bro. You still ain’t called me,” West says in the unforgettable clip. The release of the forthcoming documentary comes at an interesting time, considering tensions between both parties seemingly remain high.
Last month, JAY-Z released his album 4:44 and threw a flurry of jabs at West. Then, rumors flooded the Internet regarding Yeezy’s displeasure with TIDAL and him severing ties with the streaming service. Earlier this month, 2 Chainz said in an interview with DJ Drama that the bond between ‘Ye and Hov is still strong.
2 Chains had this to say during the interview: “For the most part, [Kanye] was like, ‘We still brothers,’ and stuff like that,” Chainz said. “He had a couple of things that was probably personal that he’d want me to keep, but we talked about the music climate right now.”
Check out the trailer for Public Enemies below: