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'Otis' Video Premiere: Kanye West and Jay-Z Show Off Their Bromance

August 12, 2011 (2:38 am) GMT
Kanye and Jigga drive a customized Maybach with some giggling females on the backseat before chilling out in their patriotic set.

and have style unlike any other, and they proudly show if off in a music video for their joint single "Otis". Bringing a swanky black Maybach to the rooftop, they open the Spike Jonze-directed clip by doctoring the car to meet their standard and satisfaction, a monstrous custom-made.

It's not all about work though. Once the mega rap duo are done stripping the doors and roof from the vehicle, they jump into it and take the ladies for a quick drive around the lot. When the women are not around, they just chill out and flaunt their bromance in front of a huge Star-Spangled Banner. They even get a visit from .

"Otis" is taken from Kanye and Jigga's first joint album "" which was released in the United States on August 8. It samples 's classic "try a Little Tenderness", and the late singer is credited as a featured guest in the rap song.

Otis' daughter Karla Redding-Andrews once said, "The estate was offered the option to have 'Otis' receive a 'featuring Otis Redding' credit, and agreed." She additionally stated, "To have two current, legendary artists use the legendary music of Otis Redding-we were quite honored."

Kanye West and Jay-Z's "Otis" music video

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