Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images file photoKanye West appears with a motorcycle and his fiancee Kim Kardashian appears without a shirt in his new music video.

Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images file photoKanye West appears with a motorcycle and his fiancee Kim Kardashian appears without a shirt in his new music video.

Kanye’s new video – garbage

The final coffin nail just went into any street cred Kanye West once had — if his latest video is any indication.

“Bound 2” debuted on Ellen DeGeneres’ show (in itself so gangsta!) and looks like a Funny Or Die website parody of his relationship with Kim Kardashian.

It features sweeping scapes of America’s national parks, running horses, soaring eagles and West rapping a sappy slow jam on a motorcycle. Kim eventually shows up topless, natch, and they writhe with one another on the bike amid a starry night.

Gawker sums the whole thing up nicely: “Cold garbage.”Bound 2FeaturesGossipKanye WestKim Kardashian

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