Kanye West premiered the highly-anticipated video for his latest single "Power," but at a little over 90-second long, the Marco Brambilla-directed clip leaves much to be desired.
Video: Kanye West premieres "Power" clip
The video begins with an up-close shot of Kanye West, dressed in black and sporting a supersized gold chain. It then pans out to reveal a slew of supernatural characters, from women with angel wings and others with horns coming out their heads to flying naked men fighting with swords. But before you know it, the clip is over, leaving viewers wanting more.
Brambilla is an Italian-born Canadian artist who received wide acclaim for his 2009 video installation "Civilization." The "Power" video is reportedly a take on Michaelangelo's frescoes.