Kanye West drops visuals to his Grammy nominated single that was left off his The Life of Pablo album, ‘All Day’, and an un released track called ‘I Feel Like’. The video was directed by Steve McQueen of the film, 12 Years of Slave.
Kanye West premiered a sneak peek of his official music video for ‘All Day / Feel Like That’ at a Los Angeles museum. At the end of the video, Mr. West gave fans a preview of a new track called ‘Feel Like That’, which will be on his upcoming album. Check out the preview below:
Kanye West‘s closing performance at the 2015 Billboard Music Awards was lit, it more ways than one. Mr. West decided to perform his latest single, ‘All Day’ with the help of Vic Mensa, along with one of his Yeezus singles, ‘Black Skinhead’. Sister in laws, Kendall and Kylie Jenner, introduced Kanye’s performance and it appears that the crowd was not feeling Kylie that much as many heard boos as she began speaking. In addition to that, some are criticizing the performance due to the intense amount of fire and smoke used, which made it difficult to actually see Kanye. Let us know your thoughts, check out the entire performance below:
As the second weekend of Coachella 2015 wraps up, Kanye West surprises attendees with a performance and brings out guest, The Weekndto help him perform his single ‘All Day’. Check out the video of the performance below:
Kanye West had the honor of performing at the 2015 BRIT Awards in London last night, where he decided to debut his first performance of ‘All Day’. This track was reportedly supposed to be the first single for his upcoming album too. Check out the flamed performance with the help of Alan Kingdom on the hook:
A preview snippet of Kanye West’s new track “All Day” has leaked. RevoltTV has provided the audio for the new track that Kanye briefly touched on in his recent GQ cover issue. He said that the single will be one for the clubs like “Niggas in Paris” and stated that his 7th album will be ready this fall. Stay tuned for the official song release, in the meantime listen to the snippet here.