As planned, Kanye West's six-day screening of his "All Day/I Feel Like That" video launched at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art this past Saturday (July 25), and luckily for fans on the east coast, a fan captured the video being played. You can check out the footage below.

The video, which was originally premiered at the Fondation Louis Vuitton during Paris Fashion Week in March, was directed by Steve McQueen, famed director of 12 Years a Slave. It focuses on Kanye, zooming in and out on the rapper while he sings on the two tracks. Although it was reported that phones were confiscated at the doors of the premiere, the footage made its way to the internet nonetheless. This marks the first time anyone has heard the second track, "I Feel Like That," which starts just after the five-minute mark. Both songs are presumably set to appear on the rapper's upcoming album, SWISH, which was rumored to have leaked on Reddit earlier this month; there is still no release date in sight.

Last night (July 26), Yeezy also performed as the headliner at the Pan Am Games Closing Ceremony in Canada, a scheduled appearance that also attracted opposition, much like his Glastonbury performance; this time, though, because the rap icon is simply not Canadian. The short 13-minute explosive set included some of his best tracks including "Stronger," "Black Skinhead" and "Can't Tell Me Nothing." It ended with a technical malfunction that resulted with Kanye dropping the mic and walking off the stage.