Kanye West drops 'All Day', music video to come from Steve McQueen

Tracks follows 'Only One' and 'FourFiveSeconds'

First debuted live at last week's Brit Awards, Kanye West has released new single 'All Day', which sees him say the N-word 45 times and may appear on his upcoming album So Help Me God.

It's a fairly straight forward, upbeat, party track, more like something off Watch The Throne than Yeezus, and features vocals from Allan Kingdom.

A spokesperson for the rapper confirmed to Rolling Stone that it is Paul McCartney whistling on the end of the track, who he recently collaborated with on 'Only One'.

Ye tweeted out an iTunes link to the track, which is already popping up on streaming links but being taken down just as fast.

He manages to say 'n*gga' 45 times during the song, and as someone noted on Reddit, this works out as one N-word every 6.91 seconds and if he continued at that rate it would 12,504 'n*ggas' in one day.

12 Years A Slave director Steve McQueen directed the music video for it two days ago, Kanye told students in Oxford yesterday.

It is thought that 'All Day' will feature on So Help Me God, which Kanye said in February is about "80 percent done". "It's fun to work hard. We're being inventive," he told Zane Lowe. "The College Dropout came out of a fight to rap. This new album is coming out of a fight to design." He also highlighted the LP's "beauty of the struggle."

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