Kendrick Lamar's Verse On Kanye West's 'All Day': Remix Or Real Verse?

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When fans were teased with a clip Kendrick Lamar's "All Day" verse it caused somewhat of a frenzy. Now, it looks like the full "All Day" verse has surfaced, however, is it a real verse or a remix?

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The track that sent fans into a frenzy over the beat and Kanye West's hot verses is now paired with yet another Hip-Hop artist who continuously shocks fans, Kendrick Lamar. Lamar's verse is relentless and takes on the braggadocios personality that fans don't always get to see from Lamar.

Lamar is spazzing out over the track rhyming about his greatness and the top spot. It's not something he does often but for Kanye, why not.

"The remix, which features Allan Kingdom, Theophilus London and Sir Paul McCartney on the original, has been seemingly a long time coming.

Kendrick and Kanye have several years of history spanning back to when Lamar was the support act on the Yeezus tour," reported MusicTimes.

The verse is something that would work wonders to a track that is already a game changer in itself.

Kanye West continues to try to spark a movement in fashion and music while Kendrick Lamar is establishing himself as one of the greatest to ever do it at a young age.

So what do you think, is the Kendrick Lamar verse on "All Day" a good edition?

Listen to the Kendrick Lamar "All Day Verse" below.

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