Kanye West has released an unexpected 30-minute video titled "LAST WEEK," which gives viewers an inside look at his hectic schedule and recent turbulence.

The short film, which was uploaded to YouTube on Monday (October 10), was shot by Ye's videographer Nico Ballesteros and follows the Chicago rap icon as he attends meetings for his various creative endeavors, spends time with his children, and plays unreleased music.

During one vehicle ride, Kanye plays a piece of previously unreleased music on which he mentions Drake, Future, Lil Baby, and Moneybagg Yo. “You a fake bitch / You don’t really love Ye, go listen to Drake, bitch / You don’t have no idea what it take, bitch / Go listen to Lil Baby, go listen to Future, bitch,” he raps.

“Tryna get away, feeling like a fugitive / Uncle Snoop voice, baby I don’t love hoes / You ain’t love Ye, you love Moneybagg Yo / I done signed away some of what he bad for / What he mad for? You a fake bitch.”

Kanye also performs editions of "First Time in a Long Time" and "Sci-Fi," both of which debuted on Donda 2. In February, the album was launched only through his $200 stem player, but it has yet to be made accessible on streaming sites.

Another scene in "LAST WEEK" has Kanye West's conversation with two Adidas managers, including chief creative officer Alasdhair Willis, the day after he ended his association with Gap.

At one point, Kanye shows a p**n film on his phone to an Adidas official, stating, "He's got the same voice, doesn't he?" The CEO becomes uneasy and urges Kanye, "Come on, man," as he moves the phone away from his face.

Eventually in the meeting, Kanye confronted the executives about Adidas allegedly stealing his ideas and asks that one of his allies be appointed CEO. Before storming out of the meeting, he refers to himself as the "king of culture" and names Travis Scott, Kendrick Lamar, and Baby Keem as members of his "army."

“Our army is so prepared,” Ye says. “This is a different level of nuclear activity that no one will recover from. The guy from [redacted] could not sell enough companies to cure this level of global warming that you’re going to experience.

“Adidas has to come and be like [scribbles on a notepad] and then say, ‘Ye, what do you want?’ I’m not talking to you guys. I’m not arguing about money with people broker than me. I’m not arguing about ideas with people with lesser ideas than me.”

Kanye West, meanwhile, visits a potential site for his Donda University campus (which will also serve as the headquarters for his Donda company) and asks one of his associates how he can "grow in [his] kindness."

He tells another confidante over the phone: “I’m literally in a place where I believe that my product and relevancy and all these things can work without me having to be the center of the news.”

"LAST WEEK" concludes with Ye enjoying his daughter North's basketball game alongside his ex-wife Kim Kardashian and their son Saint, before leaving the game alone.