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Rambunctious Chicago rapper Kanye West is now starring in his own video game. Based on lyrics from "N---as in Paris," where Kanye repeatedly shouts, "Don't let me get in my zone!" -- the game has a simple premise: Do not let Kanye West into his zone. Reuters

On the eve of the release of his album "Yeezus," Kanye West has squeezed in one last video promo for the project. The clip, which features Kardashian baby daddy No. 1 Scott Disick as well as family friend Jonathan Cheban, is inspired by the film "American Psycho."

West has used video projections in the weeks leading up to the album's release. The campaign includes streaming his single "New Slaves" on 66 buildings around the world.

A short preview of the "American Psycho"-themed video was screened during a Los Angeles listening party for the album last week, reports Stereogum.com.

The video shows Disick sharing his reaction to the new album while Cheban expounds on the universal greatness of the album. Who would expect anything less from a Kanye promo?

"Yeezus" hits stores on Tuesday. You can watch the clip below.