Single Review: “All Day” by Kanye West

Vincent Anthony
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Following the release of 2013’s off-the-wall Yeezus, the adorably emotional “Only One,” that horrid song with Rihanna, and the subdued/strange “Wolves” with Sia and Vic Mensa, “All Day” is a welcomed change. Or, perhaps, rather, a welcomed bit of nostalgia. While still keeping it fresh, Kanye goes back to his roots on “All Day” – serving his unmistakeable brand of hip-hop. Littered with collaboration, witty verses with plenty attitude, and flawless production. “All Day” has a long list of collaborators, but the credited features go to Theophilus London, Allan Kingdom, and Sir Paul McCartney once again. If “All Day” is any indication, his upcoming album, tentatively titled So Help Me God, is the true follow up to My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy that we’ve all been waiting for.



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Vincent is the founder of the magazine and has had a strong passion for popular music since, well, 1997! If it's not obvious, his favorite artists include Destiny's Child, Mariah Carey, Janet Jackson, Michael Jackson, P!nk, and many more. Vincent lives in New York, where he is a high school English teacher, and currently he is pursuing a Master's in Journalism at the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY.