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Jeen-Yuhs: Every Celeb Cameo in the Kanye West Docuseries

All the Celeb Cameos in Kanye West's "Jeen-Yuhs" Docuseries

Jeen-Yuhs: Every Celeb Cameo in the Kanye West Docuseries
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With creative beat samplings and unique use of tone and lyrics, Kanye West has worked his way to being arguably one of the greatest music producers and rappers of all time. West's stardom did not occur overnight, and his music journey is highlighted in Netflix's new docuseries "Jeen-Yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy," directed and produced by Coodie Simmons and Chike Ozah. The three-part documentary premiered on Feb. 16 and concluded on March 2.

The series has been in the making for 20 years and intimately recounts everything from West's beginnings in Chicago as a local beat producer and the rocky, grueling process of obtaining a record deal to becoming the polarizing figure we know today. "Jeen-Yuhs" portrays West in a different light than what we're used to — without the shock factor and scandals, but rather as a man with a dream with people who helped him along the way. It also touches on some of his internal struggles, like the death of his mother, Donda West and his mental health.

West has collaborated with several notable people throughout his career and gained support from other famous folks, many of whom appear in his docuseries — including Beyoncé, Taraji P. Henson, Big Sean, Pusha T, Just Blaze, GLC, and many more. Ahead, check out some of the familiar faces you'll recognize in "Jeen-Yuhs," now streaming in full on Netflix.

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