Kanye West’s “All Day” Studio Version Is Now Here: Listen
After premiering the tune live at the 2015 BRIT Awards, Kanye West has released the CDQ version of “All Day.” The entertainer’s performance of the song was boisterous and intense, thanks to a huge mob that flooded Ye’s set and some wild flamethrowers! As expected with any transition from the stage to the studio, the energy is a little lessened — but don’t think the official version doesn’t bring the heat!
The tune is a wild one, which includes head-bopping drums, braggadocio lyrics, ultra-fuzzy electronica and features from fellow rappers Allan Kingdom and Theophilus London. If that wasn’t enough, it ends with quirky whistle notes that would fit right in a Quentin Tarantino film and video game-esque effects suitable for a ’90s-era Mario Kart adventure.
“All Day,” along with the Sia and Vic Mensa-assisted “Wolves,” will be part of Kanye West’s forthcoming seventh LP — So Help Me God. There is no word yet on when it will be released, but he may just pull a Beyonce — according to the rapper himself!
Click here to listen to the track over at Complex, and let us know if you’re digging it in the comments section!
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