Kanye West took to Twitter to decide that he's using the footage of his BRIT Awards performance as the official video for "All Day." He tweeted, "I felt the Brits performance captured the energy of the record."

'Ye used his show at Fondation Louis Vuitton Gallery in Paris earlier this month to showcase the Steve McQueen-directed video that was thought to be the official video for his latest single. Parts of the video was captured and shared online. It in Kanye appears to be rapping in what looks like a empty warehouse while rhyming energetically into the camera which tracks his every random move. It didn't look as intense and fiery as the live performance at the BRIT Awards.

Kanye West performed his long-awaited song, “All Day,” during the 2015 Brit Awards in February. The song features Paul McCartney, rising MC Allan Kingdom and Theophilus London. The song officially dropped earlier this month. The video does not include the switch at the 4:17 mark, which samples a McCartney whistle outro that was redone. The song was is produced by French Montana and Velous.

You can watch "All Day" video above.

The Guardian reports that festival organizer Emile Eavis confirms, "Ye will perform Saturday night, following Foo Fighters' Friday night headline slot."