After debuting the song last week, Kanye West drops the studio version of "All Day" featuring Allan Kingdom and Theophilus London. Much like the live performance at the Brits, Kanye brings forth an extreme intensity that is bolstered by the in-your-face production and monstrous drums. 'Ye's confidence in his raps is also at an all-time high on this release, as he spits with an unmatched swagger that is topped through the solid verses and insane hook. This will make its way onto Kanye's upcoming album, So Help Me God, which 'Ye announced as the title over the weekend. Many have wondered who is featured on the end of the song, and it appears that it's actually a sample of a Paul McCartney whistle outro that they redid for "All Day."
"All Day" now joins "Only One" as drops from the upcoming album, though he also debuted the song "Wolves" with Vic Mensa and Sia during NYFW and Saturday Night Live. Although it's unclear of their contributions, Kendrick Lamar and Vic Mensa are listed on the official credits of "All Day." The full list of people credited on the song can be found below.
Kanye West, Paul McCartney, Tyler Bryant, Kendrick Lamar, Karim Kharbouch, Cydel Young, Victor Mensah, Mike Dean, Che Pope, Noah Goldstein, Allen Ritter, Mario Winans, Charles Njapa, Malik Yusef Jones, Patrick Reynolds, Ernest Brown & Noel Ellis
No word on when Kanye plans to drop the upcoming album, but with all of the new music and performances as of late, it's clear that the album is coming sooner than later.
You can purchase the song on iTunes now and stream it below: