Last year ‘All Day’ became the first piece of music we heard from Kanye West’s new album, and now we finally get to hear the studio version. The track features Allan Kingdom and Theophilus London, and includes a short interlude with acoustic guitar and whistling – provided by Kanye’s new pal Paul McCartney – before blasting back into a laser-filled synth coda.
The song’s lengthy credits also name Kendrick Lamar, CyHi the Prynce, French Montana, Vic Mensa and Mario Winans.
12 Years A Slave director Steve McQueen has created the music video for the track, as the rapper told students at a lecture in Oxford yesterday, during which he talked about Picasso, Steve Jobs and how the The Matrix is “like the Bible of the post-information age.”
Listen to it below and expect So Help Me God without a moment’s notice. [via 2DopeBoyz]