Say, you're Kanye West or Rick Rubin and you win a special award on behalf of the Roland TR-808 at the Tribeca Film Festival's Tribeca Disruptive Innovation Awards, but you can't make it to the ceremony. What would you do? Well, the duo decided to pair up with the filmmaker Mark Romanek for a pretty weird tribute video.

Romanek put together a clip that mashes up Pink Floyd's The Wall, Laurel and Hardy, Yeezy's 'I'm In It', and old stock TR-808 footage. Kanye and Rubin appear in the video as well via clips of archival interviews, dubbed in Japanese (for some reason). In the short film, Rubin gives thanks to the 808, "saying" “Kanye and I would like to give thanks on behalf of the Roland TR-808 drum machine. It continues to be responsible for new music some 30 years after its release and discontinuation." Kanye adds a simple "thank you very much." Watch the video below, it's pretty bizarre.