Well here's a genuine surprise.
Kanye West's music video for the tracks, "All Day" and the previously unreleased "I Feel Like That", have been found online via a Google Search. The search suggests the video has been available since July, 2015.
The nine-minute video, directed by Steve McQueen (Academy Award winner for 12 Years a Slave), debuted last year at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, but up until now was only available via bootleg recordings of the LACMA screening. Courtesy of a reddit user, who took an image of the museum label at the time, said the label described the video as follows:
"Shot by artist and filmmaker Steve McQueen, the video for Kanye West’s songs “All Day/I Feel Like That” plays upon the relationship between the camera and the subject. As in a meeting between the bull and the matador, it remains unclear who chases whom within the arena. The roles of pursuer and pursued are at times inverted. Shot in a single 9-minute take with natural lighting and minimal context, McQueen accentuates the immediacy and intensity of the performer up close. Every movement of West is seen; every breath felt. It becomes apparent how the song itself fuels West’s performance, from the bravado in “All Day,” to the vulnerability of “I Feel Like That.”
It is unsure whether or not the video has surfaced intentionally, or by chance.
A mirror for the video can be found here.