Kanye West made sure to get help from an army of artists and producers to create his new single “All Day” featuring Theophilus London and Sir Paul McCartney. Artists like French Montana, rising producers like Velous and Ye’s right hand man Mike Dean contributed their expertise to his latest tune off So Help Me God. As if the single didn’t have enough credits, another major artist, producer and CEO also helped ‘Ye create “All Day.”
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In a recent video from Revolt, we get to see Kanye in the act as he worked on the track with Diddy in the studio. As the raw beats filled the room, we see Kanye moving all over the place and shouting out directions to the engineer on how to amplify the tune. Afterwards, Yeezy sat down with Puff to discuss the direction of the song. Although it’s not clear exactly what Diddy contributed to the song, Kanye played the track for him to hear and criticize for himself.
“I think all of the music on this album should feel good like the shit I be seeing,” Kanye told Diddy as they chopped it behind the boards.
In between ‘Ye’s scenes in the studio, there are other brief images of destruction and video of the Chicago police standing defensively as if they were going to block a protest. The official music video for the single is set to drop on Revolt tomorrow morning (March 13). Will these images be featured in the visual? Watch the behind-the-scenes clip with Kanye and Diddy below.