Jeen-Yuhs: Everything to Know About Kanye West’s Upcoming Netflix Documentary Film

Jeen-Yuhs: A Kanye West Trilogy is arriving soon on Netflix. After giving us Soy Georgina and Neymar’s football documentary in the last 2 months, the streaming platform is moving its focus to the music industry and, also banking on the Kardashian-Jenner world given the history of the titular character with them. However, before the documentary’s release, it is important to quickly catch up on some details in regards to it.

The documentary film is directed by Coodie & Chike, who has already worked with West for his MTV’s buzz-worthy video Through the Wire. It is produced by Kanye West, Clarence Simmons, Chike Ozah, Leah Natasha Thomas along with production companies Creative Control and Leah Natasha Productions.

Jeen-Yuhs Cast

West aka Ye essentially stars in this upcoming documentary. As the docu-film complies with footage and clips from the artist’s past, we will see Kanye’s friends and family also starring in the film. In fact, the trailers and teasers did give us a glimpse of rapper Rhymefest and, West’s late mother, Donda West.

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Jeen-Yuhs Plot/Synonpsis

The film is divided into three-part. Netflix’s description for Act I of the film reads: “The lives of an emerging superstar and a filmmaker intertwine in this intense, intimate docuseries charting Kanye West’s career, filmed over two decades”. The film will recount the relationship and journey between Clarence ‘Coodie’ Simmons and West. The real-life documentary will also have aspects of hip-hop as stated in the Netflix description.

Jeen-Yuhs Release Date, Trailer and More

The documentary film will release on Netflix on February 16, 2022. It is unknown if all three acts of the film will release together, or separately. Meanwhile, you can check out the trailer for this upcoming Netflix release below.

Let us know in the comments below what you think of Netflix’s Jeen-Yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy!

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