On Friday night, Kanye West and his wife, Kim Kardashian West, walked into a blocked-off wing at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, both wearing white. West was greeted by the artist and filmmaker Steve McQueen, and the greeting was a long bro-hug. McQueen had directed a nine-minute work featuring West rapping along to his current single All Day—which LACMA had agreed to place on view for four days, hosting its U.S. premiere—before going into a previously unheard song, I Feel Like That, which features an enormous melody sandwiched between incomprehensible spoken-word verses and set to throbbing end-of-days synthesizers. After the unclenching of the bro-hug, a handler pinched a small orb of white lint off the top of Kanye West’s head. Kanye West didn’t seem to notice.