Kanye West and Kendrick Lamar

Preview Kendrick Lamar's Remix to Kanye West's 'All Day'

  /  04.07.2015

It looks like a Kanye West and Kendrick Lamar collaboration may finally be happening. A snippet of Kanye’s “All Day” featuring the Compton spitter has mysteriously hit the net via Yeezy Talk. The six-second teaser provides just a taste of K-Dot’s fiery verse, but it’s enough to have us wanting more. Kendrick does have a writing credit on the song off Kanye’s upcoming album So Help Me God, so the remix doesn’t come as a complete surprise.

On the blink-and-you’ll-miss-it clip, he raps, “Chi-town, we play for the free base / These days don’t believe what police say / DJs and the b-boys rush it.”

Preview King Kendrick’s remix below.

Kendrick opened for ‘Ye on his “Yeezus Tour” in 2013, and Kanye has publicly praised his peer as an “inspiration.”


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