Kanye West Shares Studio Version Of “All Day”

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Following a live premiere during the BRIT awards last week, Kanye West has shared the studio version of “All Day.”

Rumored to be the latest single from West’s highly-anticipated new album, “All Day” is an high energy track that bangs even harder now than it did during its premiere (which came complete with flamethrowers). It’s an ego-fueled, give-no-fucks ode to the crazy level of success, fame, and sophistication Kanye believes to have achieved in his life. Theophilus London and newcomer Allan London help round out the hooks, but when all is said and done it’s only Kanye that people will want to discuss.

You can stream the song below:


So Help Me God, Kanye’s seventh studio album, still has no release date. Follow UTG on Twitter for updates.

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  • Roy Williamson

    This is a song that Kayne wrote and raps in. His stamp is all over the song. However, he is clearly sampling a melody of a McCartney song. Not to mention McCartney is playing his guitar and whistling with 52 seconds left in the song and then at 37 left in the song it shifts into what appears to be McCartney singing through a distortion type microphone! You give credit to the other artist listed but no credit to Macca.