Kanye West And Jay Z Release Watch The Throne
August 8, 2011 by Post Team
Kanye West And Jay Z Release Watch The Throne, First there was the anticipation. Then came the delays. But before you think we’re talking about the start time of a typical concert by Kanye West, we are actually referring to the August 8, 2011 – the date on which West and Jay-Z finally fell from his throne See the album the public. Fans were excited to know whether reality could match expectations.
ITunes is a virtual place to be midnight, as Apple’s music store has the exclusive premiere (which is in stores this Friday). The album is available in both standard and deluxe (four additional tracks in the luxury hotel, including “Joy,” featuring Curtis Mayfield). Check out the video above, which has cut together 30 seconds of each track segment.
The backstory to Watch the throne would pass to the tradition of music. It was written and recorded only around the world, but also had five launch dates, dating back to January this year. But now with you and us cannot fail to be impressed by the talent on the screen. Besides the two main actors, who you are producers and artists like Frank Marino, Otis Redding, Mr. Hudson, Swizz blows, The RZA, Q-Tip, Curtis Mayfield and Beyonce (who presumably would have required a very convincing excuse that they have not appeared).
Similarly impressive, the couple has managed to maintain a lock on leaks feared: pieces that made their way online appear to have been removed with the listening sessions tightly controlled. The reviews have started coming – and if other critics share the opinion of Steve Jones of the U.S. Today, Kanye and Jay will be in glory. Jones gave it 4 stars out of 4, indicating that it is “a powerful set of tracks which is stepping up its game and out of your comfort zone,” concluding that “have created a throne of art that other rappers can claim “. In the news source has heard little, it sounds almost as poignant as it has done well, and that bodes well for a total listening.
Of course, there will be an opportunity to witness the partners in rhyme doing things in the arena alive. But that trip is also delayed, with the opening scheduled for today October 29 in Atlanta. But be sure to listen closely to west between tracks, if you manage to get a ticket. Last week, the big Chill music festival in England, went on a bizarre tirade, which was compared to Adolf Hitler because they felt misunderstood and underappreciated.
“Road to the hotel and I walked down the street and people look at me like I was (expletive) crazy, as if I were Hitler,” he said. “One day the light shine through and one day people will understand what I have done.” Perhaps if the quality control of his words matched the undoubted brilliance of his music, people will understand better. Will West Watch the Throne to talk? Do not bet on it.
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