Kendrick Lamar To Guest on a Remix of Kanye West's "All Day"?

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To date, Kanye West and Kendrick Lamar have not been featured on the same record, but soon that might change.

Despite the lack of an announced release date (will we even get one?) for Ye's forthcoming album, So Help Me God, the listening public could soon get their hands on a remix of "All Day" featuring TDE's Top Dawg. As we previously reported, Kendrick was one of 31 individuals to be listed as a contributor on the original version.

On Monday evening, a low-quality snippet of K. Dot's verse on the track leaked on YEEZYtalkUpdate: A rough version of Kendrick's full reference verse, which begins at the 1:42 mark, blended with the original record is now available for stream.

Kanye's fandom of Lamar's work, in particular his new, highly-rated album, To Pimp A Butterfly, is certainly not news, but a collaboration is proof that actions speak louder than words tweets.  

Strangely enough, West and Lamar working together seems like it should have already happened. In the fall of 2013, Kendrick opened for Kanye's Yeezus Tour. Despite being on the road together for several months, according to a New York Times article that was published last June, there was very little communication between the two artists throughout the duration of the tour. 

While we patiently wait for the full, HQ version of the "All Day (Remix)" to be released, many questions arise. Will there be other special guests on the remix? Are we one step closer to the release of Kanye's new full-length? Weigh in with your thoughts in the comment section below.

[By DJ Z, aka @DJBooth.]