Last night, Las Vegas hosted the Billboard Music Awards (which you may know better as the "Oh. Right. Those Awards."), which you may or may not have heard about from that guy at work who just doesn't "get" why people like "Mad Men" or "Game of Thrones."
Kanye West capped off the show with a performance of both "Black Skinhead" and "All Day." The latter suffered a great deal of censorship when it debuted at the BRIT Awards back in February. The most recent showing wasn't much better.
According to Rolling Stone, Kanye was on camera for a total of five minutes and 18 seconds, but an overly cautious production team ended up silencing more than a minute of audio -- viewers only heard a total of four minutes and 16 seconds.
We've reached out to Kanye's representative to see if he's planning on changing the name of the song to "80 Percent Of The Day."