Jay Z Solo Album
July 11, 2011 by Post Team
Jay Z Solo Album, Jay-Z held a private listening session for monitoring the throne, his highly anticipated album in collaboration with Kanye West, Thursday, July 7 in New York. Listening took place in a suite on the second floor of the Mercer Hotel in SoHo, and lasted about three hours, with Jay-Z playing eleven songs on a laptop from Apple for a select group of music journalists and two Fans of adolescents who had gained access to the session because the first two customers pre-order the album through the website lifestyle Jay-Z, Life and Times, which began accepting orders on Monday, 4 July. West did not attend.
After the eleventh song, Jay-Z invited to the room to have an informal conversation that lasted about an hour.
“We can have a conversation,” he said. “I do not want to do an interview Put the yolks away -. We can talk all night.”
He then played fragments of at least three other songs, including one with producer Swizz Beatz, who may or may not be included on the album. Other songs that have been rumored to be on the album including the single “M * A * M,” which was released in January, “That’s my B * TCH”, which appeared online last year, do not play. Frank Ocean, the singer of Def Jam and the future of foreign affiliates, appeared in two of the first eleven songs that play while the wife of Jay-Z, Beyonce, appeared in one.
Jay-Z suggests that a video of the song with Beyonce, tentatively titled “Takeoff,” might appear, but was not willing to follow a traditional version, powered by a single clock on the throne. Jay-Z did not confirm a release date for Monitoring the throne, saying only that the album would “soon”, and no information about how the album would be released or through which brand or a combination of tags.
Jay-Z also said that he already had two full songs for his next solo album and four additional concepts in mind. Ocean appears in one of the songs already finished, and Jay-Z said he hopes to capitalize on the explosion of the inspiration provided by the clock on the throne, and continue recording his next solo project. He would not speculate on when that project could reach.
First announced last summer through the Twitter feed from the West, Guard Throne project has been the subject of rumors and speculation. While being held in Las Vegas on New Year’s Eve, the West suggests that the album would arrive in January, but instead in January brought the single, “M * A * M,” and the album. The album was later said to be arriving in March and then in June it was announced that the album would arrive on July 4.
While Monday brought no sign of the album, fans can start pre-selling the project through the life and Times site, which redirects to a page of Island Def Jam, which was the deluxe version available and 16.99, 13.99 and standard CD, a digital deluxe version 14.99, and standard digital album + 11.99. RapFixLive MTV reported that income to the client containing the date of 08/02/2011. Last night, Jay-Z said he knew how the July 4 release date rumor originated.
Jay-Z arrived at the Mercer Hotel shortly before 9 pm, after coming directly from Yankee Stadium where he had been watching the Yankees play the Tampa Bay and hope to see captain Yankees, Derek Jeter, getting his 3,000 th hit. Jay-Z wore a white shirt, a New York setting for the assembly; the hat went to the back, jeans and his signature white on white Air Force. The guests were escorted to room 208 where seating is limited and some attendees were forced to endure. The room was a study of the whole complex, including a mixer and microphones.
Jay-Z sat at the front of the room and played songs from a Mac laptop Guests were served champagne house owns Jay-Z, Ace of Spades, and cheese and biscuits offered. Before playing the songs from Jay-Z asked the room of those present and then asked if they were at the entrance wanted to come, joking, “Sit on the floor, we can do as a camp.”
“I think we should play some music,” he said by way of introduction, eleven songs and then played back to back without breaking any details on specific songs.
Although many guests at the listening session the night before had given the impression that he would be able to live-tweet the event and its reaction to the album, the assistants were told not to use Twitter during the session and to avoid citing straightforward lyrics in their reviews, like the songs and verses probably still could change. Guests were encouraged to take notes, however, and offered RocNation notebooks and pens. The session was briefly interrupted when a representative of the media was removed from the room shortly after the start of the live session for Twitter that his reaction to the songs playing.
The songs were spectacular and boastful, with Jay-Z at the forefront often lyrical, and the collection showed the differences between the two artists – Jay-Z, the shooter technique, and West, moving the beater chest. Jay-Z said the two started recording the album last year in England and had recorded in Australia, while Jay-Z on tour and in New York, Paris and Los Angeles, often in hotel rooms. At least one of the songs played was recorded in New York Tribeca Grand.
After the eleventh song – a dramatic record of loyalty to various sound changes, ending in a flurry of strings that peak to an abrupt end – Jay-Z said “this is how the album ends,” and then gave the word.
During casual conversation, Jay-Z, said the album had been through three iterations and that he and West had been reduced from its original direction, which was even more dramatic and it is estimated that the songs played last night. “M * A * M” was a reflection of that direction, he said, and he said he had been reluctant to release that record. In retrospect, he said, the first song released to the throne Human should have been a three-minute song based on verses from the West and the commercial, just do not hook.
Jay-Z also spoke about the difficulties of the collaborative process, and said he was in no hurry to make another album collaboration due to the intense discussions that arise during the process. But he said he respected the passion of the West and hinted that more than one clock Throne The sequel could come in the future. He also said that West had initially argued against releasing the Jay-Z Blueprint 3 single “Run This Town”, when he became convinced that the song was not a success after seeing the reaction of the records in a barbecue hosted by DJ DJ Enuff was collective heavyweights.
Jay-Z and Kanye West, with 15 No. 1 albums among them, and Jay-Z recently passed Elvis Presley as the artist with more No. 1 albums second all-time, 11, surpassed only by the Beatles, who have 19.
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