The song 'All Day' will feature on the rapper's next album
Kanye West performed a new track live at this evening’s Brit Awards, with the majority of his performance censored by ITV.
West ran through a cut called ‘All Day’, lifted from his upcoming new album. However, due to repeatedly curse words, most of the song was muted live on air.
He was also joined by a group of backing performers, whilst giving a shout out to UK grime artist Skepta. A full, unedited version of the performance can be seen below.
West previously won three Brit Awards and has been nominated eight times in total. He last performed at the Brits in 2006, when he played ‘Diamonds From Sierra Leone’, ‘Gold Digger’ and ‘Touch The Sky’.
The Brit Awards took place at London’s O2 Arena tonight (February 25), with the show streaming live worldwide on YouTube.
Last week, Kanye West claimed that his forthcoming seventh LP is “80 per cent done” and will be released as a “surprise album”. In an interview with US radio station Power 105.1, the rapper said: “[It’s gonna be] bars, songs, cookout music that just feels good. My last album was a protest to music, I was like ‘I’m gonna take my ball and go home’… This album is embracing the music, joy. Being of service to the people. I just hope people like it and enjoy it.”