LONDON, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 25: Kanye West performs live on stage at the BRIT Awards 2015 at The O2 Arena on February 25, 2015
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Yet another taste of Kanye West's upcoming album, So Help Me God

"All Day" was originally scheduled to be West's first single but that didn't happen (always keeping us on our toes, Yeezy!) He premiered the track live at the 2015 BRIT Awards last month, flamethrowers and all. Today, Kanye has blessed us with an official version of the track.

It features Theophilus London and St. Paul rapper/singer Allan Kingdom, sounding a lot more like the 'Ye we know than the sentimental "Only One." The tune is darker, heavier and aggressive, West completely in control of each verse.

'Ye first teased "All Day" in a rare, in-depth Q&A with GQ in July 2014, telling the mag that it was the first single off the upcoming album. While it didn't exactly pan out that way ("FourFiveSeconds" featuring Rihanna and Paul McCartney has been said to be the first single off both his and Rih's albums), we're still getting it ahead of the full-length reveal.

Listen to it above and hear all the new So Help Me God tracks in our Complete Guide to the album right here.

UPDATE: Kanye has made the live BRIT Awards performance of "All Day"—FLAMETHROWER CITY!—the official "All Day" video. Here ya go, please don't burn yourself: