Kanye West Jay Z Debut New Song

July 22, 2011 by Post Team 

Kanye West Jay Z Debut New SongKanye West Jay Z Debut New Song, The shot heard round the Internet was fired late last night, when the second flight of Jay-Z album and collaboration with Kanye West, the clock than expected from the Throne, hit what passes for “streets” nowadays. I was really excited. Willpower regarding my thoughts of waiting until the release of the album before listening to any of the songs were dashed when I saw the leak was “Otis”, the song I’m most interested in hearing after reading the various reports Jay returned impromptu listening session.

I put the newly acquired Sennheiser (Thanks for the birthday, Mom!) Headphones, and settled in. When Otis Redding baritone sore lamented in my ears, immediately followed by an Easter Sunday stabbing organ and piano loop, a sense of relief washed over me. The Roc Boys were in the building and do not plan to defraud.

The duo weaves in and around Redding’s voice, handled a series of grunts and howls, in a display on one side to another rhyme I’m sure put a smile on the faces of Jadakiss and Styles P, as they began try to jump over the bar recently increased. Jay was at his charismatic best lines like “shoot fresh / looking to wealth / I would call the paparazzi in my car.” He recited quietly boasts of private jets, several passports and Hublot, as you or I could talk about seeking a roadmap to save ten minutes. Kanye was incorrigible. Couture flow level? His other-Benz others? The whole scene-stealing play client / used? Murder. The pair of kings does not seem to be playing, and the world of Hip-Hop benefit.

Jay-Z while running and footwork of arrogance Kanye soul show again for the tenth time you move through my Twitter feed to capture the reactions of people who follow me. As expected, responses that orbit the Twitterverse fanboyisms ranged from obvious (which may have contributed) to the arguments about which eclipsed that in the reasonable criticism and, of course, the unbridled hatred. Nothing in particular stood out until I saw this tweet Hampton dream, a writer for whom I have great respect, and I’ve read since I was a teenager

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