As promised, Yeezus delivered a new track called "All Day" during his live performance at the BRIT Awards on Wednesday (Feb. 25). And this one isn't gentle and sentimental like "Only One." As a matter of fact, it's the complete opposite.
It's the kind of raucous and aggressive turn up music from 'Ye that we've been missing in our lives. (And, apparently Taylor Swift was missing, too -- as you'll see from her dancing when the camera cuts to the audience).
After an introduction from Kim Kardashian, Kanye dropped the track in true mob fashion, surrounded by a group of 20-plus guys on stage, all wearing black hoodies, and going H.A.M. to the track.
Most of them were fellow rappers, which was even more dope. Theophilus London and Allan Kingdom, who are featured on the track, were both in the mob, along with Vic Mensa, and, according to Miss Info, U.K. artists like Skepta, Jammer, Novelist, Krept and Konan.
An unfinished version of the song leaked last summer, but the live version is obviously infinite times better than a rip. All Day.