Listen to Kanye West Feat. Paul McCartney, Allan Kingdom and Theophilus London, ‘All Day’
After debuting the song last week at the recent BRIT Awards, Kanye West released the studio version of "All Day" featuring Allan Kingdom and Theophilus London. The song premiered on Power 106. The record is produced by French Montana and Velous. The song is as epic as the fiery performance from the award show. The musical tone from 'Ye's new music ("Only One," "Wolves" and "FourFiveSeconds") has been very toned down and softer. "All Day" is the complete opposite. "You an actor, you should be on Broadway, nigga / Cause you do shit the broad way, nigga / Your bitch got an ass, but my broad way thicker / Late for the class, in the hallway, nigga / Yeah, the dropout at it as always, nigga" raps Yeezy. Last night, 'Ye revealed the album cover and name for the project, So Help Me God. There's no word when it will drop.
Over ridiculous drums, Kanye delivers two solid verse. Velous, a 21-year-old out of Kingston, New York, says he initially gave the track to French. Kingdom's is featured on the hook—if you don't know about him, read up on the young upstart here—while London provides back-up vocals. T.L. recently discussed "All Day" and revealed a few details about the project. At the 4:17 second mark, the whole track takes a left and turns into this really trippy beat with some sick strings from Paul McCartney. The ending is a sample of a McCartney whistle outro that was redone. "All Day" is off So Help Me God. Kanye West reportedly hit the studio with Skepta. A man name Jonny Park who met 'Ye at the adidas Originals store said that Kanye is working with Skepta in the studio.
Listen to "All Day" below and and purchase the song on iTunes now. The list of the composers for "All Day" is very interesting. Here it is: Kanye West, Paul McCartney, Tyler Bryant, Kendrick Lamar, Karim Kharbouch, Cydel Young, Victor Mensa, Mike Dean, Che Pope, Noah Goldstein, Allen Ritter, Mario Winans, Charles Njapa, Malik Yusef Jones, Patrick Reynolds, Ernest Brown and Noel Ellis.