After treating fans to his new "All Day" song at last week's BRIT Awards, rap star Kanye West's So Help Me God official anthem has premiered online.
The new song features G.O.O.D. Music affiliate Theophilus London and musician Allan Kingdom.
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Recently, “All Day” producer Velous revealed rapper French Montana originally had possession of the song.
“I made that beat while I was sitting on my boys couch watching ‘Saturday Night Live.’ I usually do everything in the studio, but I did that on a couch with a keyboard on my lap just chilling – I guess Kanye was rocking with it, so he gave it to Kanye. [Montana] doesn’t make beats but he has ideas. He always has ideas for his tracks. Him and Kanye went back and they had some ideas and added some stuff. There’s stuff that I didn’t put in the beat that they added to it. So that’s where the co-production came in. He was definitely involved.” (MTV)
Introduced by his wife Kim Kardashian, Yeezy took over last week’s BRIT Awards in London and performed “All Day.”
Kanye West performed new track “All Day” at the BRIT Awards tonight. He performed surrounded by a huge crowd of people, clad all in black, as well as a pair of blowtorches. Watch below. He was introduced by his wife, Kim Kardashian West. The BRIT Awards took place at the 02 in London. Taylor Swift, Sam Smith, Ed Sheeran, Take That, and Royal Blood also performed, and Swift, Sheeran, Smith, Paloma Faith, Pharrell, and Royal Blood won awards. (Pitchfork)
The new song is expected to appear on Kanye’s next solo album.
Produced by French Montana and Velous, “All Day” is the fourth song West has released from the album since debuting his Paul McCartney collaboration “Only One” on New Year’s Eve. “FourFiveSeconds,” West’s song with McCartney and Rihanna, followed, with the track appearing on both Rihanna and West’s albums. Recently, West debuted “Wolves,” a melancholic track featuring vocals from Sia and Chicago rapper Vic Mensa at his Yeezy Boost fashion show. (Rolling Stone)