Kanye West Watch The Throne
August 8, 2011 by Post Team
Kanye West Watch The Throne, As soon as Jay-Z and Kanye West, announced he would name his album project together Watch the throne, it was clear that the superstar rappers in order to raise the bar for themselves and creative hip-hop in general. They realize the ambitions in the Throne (**** out of four), a powerful set of tracks that is stepping up its game and out of your comfort zone.
Meanwhile show his characteristic arrogance and get into materialism, but also ruminate on religion, poverty, crime, loss and the price of success. Their chemistry – born of a partnership than a decade – allows everyone to carve their own style space, with Jay-Z coolly delivering their incisive lyrical darts, while the West draws more emotional adrenaline Punchlines.
Throne, which has been anticipated for nearly a year, was available exclusively on iTunes on Monday. (The CD will be released on Friday.)
West oversaw production of the album, which has a broad sound palette thanks to contributions from RZA, Swizz Beatz, Mike Dean, Jeff Bhasker, Q-Tip and others.
The opening drive percussion album No church in the wild shores contemplation of Jay-Z of the importance of the clergy and the ancient philosophers to someone who makes a living on the streets, while R & B star Frank questions Ocean “What is God an unbeliever?” Nervousness that the song gives way to swirling synthesizers in the epic anthem takes off, with Beyoncé. Two songs later, rappers wallow in luxury at the Otis humor built into the soul of the great Redding Try a Little Tenderness.
Revolving back to more serious issues with the new day introspective. They wonder how they raise children who have none. Reflecting on his own controversies, West says, “I just want ‘em to have an easy life / life is not like Yeezy / I just want’ em to someone people like / do not want ‘em to be hated at all times to judge. “Jay-Z is concerned about the unavoidable media attention that all children and Beyonce may have draw,” Sorry, son, now in ruins and / because it is still alive, the paparazzi pursuin “and”.
Welcome to the Jungle Jay-Z is no loss and personal overcoming their difficulties (“I look in the mirror, I am my only rival.”) Murder for Excellence outlines the homicide rate in urban communities, it is hoped that senseless violence can be stopped for more successes. In an equally potent Made in America, the conversation of two of it’s rising to fame, while recognizing those who helped and inspired them.
They have also clearly inspired each other. Collaborations star does not always work well in practice as they do on paper (see: Jay-Z and R. Kelly). But in this case, have created a throne of art that other rappers can aspire.
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