In a bizarre collision of pop culture personalities, indie rocker Will Oldham and comedian Zach Galifianakis star in a new video for Kanye West's single "Can't Tell Me Nothing," which was posted today

In a bizarre collision of pop culture personalities, indie rocker Will Oldham and comedian Zach Galifianakis star in a new video for Kanye West's single "Can't Tell Me Nothing," which was posted today (July 25) on West's Web site.

In the low-budget clip, which was filmed at Galifianakis' North Carolina farm, the two men ride around on tractors, wade through crops and interact with a dance troupe of teenage girls. Galifianakis unveiled the video July 10 prior to Band Of Horses' performance at New York's Hiro Ballroom.

"He saw me do stand up a few weeks ago here in Los Angeles, and we chatted after the show," Galifianakis recently told Impose Magazine. "He had seen me do these other music videos; I did one for Fiona Apple and I did one of my own where I sing an Anita Baker song. So he saw the Anita Baker one and asked me if I would come up with something."

An earlier video for "Can't Tell Me Nothing" which stars West was directed by Hype Williams. The cut is the first single from the rapper's new Def Jam album, "Graduation," due in late August or early September.

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