LISTEN: Kanye West Shares Studio Version of “All Day” and Title of New Album

The new track from the Yeezus follow-up features Theophilus London, Allan Kingdom, and a whistled coda by Sir Paul McCartney

Everyone knows how Kanye West feels about the Grammys, but that doesn’t make his branding of them as “sus” on the newly released studio version of “All Day” any less enjoyable.

The newest track from forthcoming record So Help Me God has West putting his rapping chops front and center. It’s a welcome gear shift from his previous songs and it reminds us why we love Yeezy to begin with. Listen to “All Day,” which features Theophilus London, Allan Kingdom, and Sir Paul McCartney, at West’s website.

The presumed cover art for So Help Me God, which West tweeted, is, according to Stereogum, a thirteenth century monastic symbol of the Virgin Mary.

“All Day” follows “Only One” and “Wolves,” which will all appear on So Help Me God. By the pace of things, it seems like a surprise release could happen at any moment.

(via Pitchfork)


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