The rumored feud between JAY-Z and Kanye West is coming to U.K. television. A new documentary titled Public Enemies: JAY-Z vs. Kanye West will highlight the strained relationship between the Watch the Throne duo.

Set to premiere Monday on Channel 4 in the U.K., Public Enemies promises to provide “unseen footage and exclusive interviews.” In addition, the documentary will reveal “the story behind JAY-Z and Kanye West’s spectacular rise, their creative partnership and their colossal falling out.”

A 41-second trailer for Public Enemies was released Wednesday(July 26). The intro features West’s epic diatribe aimed at JAY-Z during his Life of Pablo Tour. “JAY-Z: Call me, bro. You still ain’t called me,” West says in the unforgettable clip. The release of the forthcoming documentary comes at an interesting time, considering tensions between both parties seemingly remain high.

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Channel 4 in the U.K. will air a documentary called Public Enemies: Jay-Z vs. Kanye West on Monday, July 31 at 10 p.m., and on Tuesday (July 25) they released a trailer for the doc. You can watch it above.

The film sees contributions from the likes of Just Blaze, Touré and others as they discuss the similarities and differences between Hov and ‘Ye and the growth of their relationship over the years. It looks like a must-see.

Source: Billboard