Step aside, Springsteen: West has claimed that the follow-up to 2013's Yeezus will be his own Born in the U.S.A. That doesn't mean Yeezy's moved…
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Kanye’s been dropping clues about the follow-up to his zeitgeist-flipping 2013 album Yeezus for months now, and recently they’ve been coming bigger and faster than before–now we even know what the album’s called and what its cover art’s supposed to look like. One of the earliest hints came last summer when somebody let loose on the Internet a two-minute snippet of a song called “All Day” that was supposedly intended for ‘Ye’s post-Yeezus effort, but it wasn’t until last week’s BRIT Awards that he gave it a proper unveiling, complete with flamethrowers.

On Monday afternoon, he played the studio version on Hot 97, and soon enough a complete, unedited version of the track finally appeared online, saving Kanye stans the hassle of having to listen to bootleg-quality rips. Unlike the more subdued collaborations with Paul McCartney that he’s released recently, “All Day” finds Kanye back in “Don’t Like” mode, talking wild trash on his competitors over a noise-drenched beat. So Help Me God doesn’t have an official release date yet, but don’t expect to get one anytime soon.