Amidst the ongoing feud and news of ending Ye’s YEEZY GAP partnership, the multidisciplinary creative recently shared a video believed to be an ad for Part Two of the YEEZY GAP ENGINEERED BY BALENCIAGA collection, which has now been deleted. Made by viral Japanese content creators KOMAZAWA ISOLATION, the 56-second clip builds on the group’s Grand Theft Auto-inspired videos showing a YEEZY GAP-fueled walk-through of Tokyo.
The video kicks off with a load screen with the YEEZY GAP logo before landing in Shibuya, a masked character dressed in full YEEZY GAP is given a task to “Find the car keys and find the “dove” and the other guys,” through a phone call with an “agent.” Faithfully delivering game-like movement, we get a look at the HUD, and costume select screen showcasing items from Part Two of the YEEZY GAP ENGINEERED BY BALENCIAGA collection.
Making his way to Shinjuku, the character is seen interacting with characters, finding the car keys, and getting to a car. Driving to a location, the character makes his way to the top of a building find the “dove” to complete the mission.
Watch the GTA-inspired YEEZY GAP Tokyo walk-through above.
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