No Church In The Wild

August 8, 2011 by Post Team 

No Church In The WildNo Church In The Wild, View throne fans have shown the incredible power of social networking forum Twitter with fast-moving displays the results in real time which of the tracks on the album are being discussed more. With several of the songs worldwide trend, a prominent early in the discussion WTT is the opening track from the album “No church in the wild.”

Produced by Kanye West, with the help of producer 88 keys, the track begins with drums and guitars undergone little ahead of Frank ocean is capable under questioning in the song, “What is a god than a non-believer”, along with Kanye fashion brand keyboard stabs. Jay-Z launches into his verse, with “Tears in the mausoleum floor / blood stains on the doors of the coliseum / Lies on the lips of a priest / disguised Thanksgiving holiday.”

After hook Ocean, Kanye still offers a visual abstract verse that says, “Coca-Cola in her black skin was a line like a zebra / what I call jungle fever / will not control the trio / just roll the weeds, until I get some “- with the two MCs detailing the scenarios of a struggle with morality.

Twitter @ Benavites fan has been giving the track rewind every day, according to his tweet saying, “You can take a while for me to finish listening to Watch the Throne, and I’m still hooked on ‘No Church In The Wild’… Damn it. “User @ soundsavvy mused aloud,” “No Church In The Wild” is entirely metaphorical, but I think many people miss it. Hell, not even entirely sure that I understand. ”

An unimpressed DocZeus @ added criticism of the song and the album as a whole. The Watch highlights from the Throne are “new day” and the first fifteen seconds of “No church in the wild.” Everything else is laughable, “wrote the user.

The growing consensus on the track Twitter is that many fans believe is the strongest track on the album. As fans have time to sit with the clock of the throne, and repeated listening, time will tell if that feeling is maintained.

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