Kanye West bonds with his father in his new video for “Follow God,” which premiered on Friday (Nov. 8).

The clip, directed by Jake Schreier, features Kanye showing his dad, Ray West, his snow-covered property in Wyoming that also has donkeys and alpacas. In between scenes of Kanye bonding with his father, the rapper-producer is praising the Almighty in an orange hoodie, insulated overalls, brown gloves and a white vest.

"I was looking at the 'Gram and I don't even like likes/I was screamin' at my dad, he told me, 'It ain't Christ-like,'" Kanye raps in the video. "I was screamin' at the referee just like Mike/Lookin' for a bright light, Sigel, what your life like/Riding on a white bike, feeling like excitement (stretch my hands to you)."

Additionally, there is a scene of Kanye and his dad plowing through the snow-covered Wyoming terrain in an SUV machine-type vehicle with humongous tires.

At the end of the video, Kanye reveals in a message, "My dad came to visit at one of our ranches in Cody, Wyoming. He talked about his love for fishing , and how he would like to come here in the summers."

"It took me 42 years to realize that my dad was my best friend," he added.

"Follow God" is from Kanye’s No. 1 album, Jesus is King, which he dropped in October.

You can watch Kanye West's new video below.

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