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Monday 25 May 2015

Scott Disick promotes Kanye track

Kanye West roped in Scott Disick for a spoof to promote his latest music
Kanye West roped in Scott Disick for a spoof to promote his latest music

Kanye West has roped in Kourtney Kardashian's partner Scott Disick to help promote his new album Yeezus.

Scott stars as Patrick Bateman in a hilarious spoof video of American Psycho doing the rounds online, co-starring Kim Kardashian's best friend Jonathan Cheban.

They recreate the scene in the cult film where Patrick Bateman invites rival businessman Paul Allen (played by Jared Leto in the 2000 movie and Jonathan in the clip) round to his apartment and puts on 80s pop rock band Huey Lewis And The News.

Parodying American Psycho, Scott discusses Kanye's musical career as the Yeezus track New Slaves plays in the background, before bludgeoning Jonathan to death with an axe.

Scott says of Kanye's music: "The early work was a little too hip hop for me and my taste, but when Dark Twisted Fantasy came out in 2010, I think he really came into his own, both musically and lyrically.

"Kanye's been compared to Jesus, Hitler, Walt Disney and even Steve Jobs.

"Now Kanye has decided to release this, Yeezus, the most exciting record so far. It should be obvious by now that New Salves is the undisputed masterpiece of Yeezus, a song so catchy, most people won't even remember the lyrics."

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