Jay Z and Kanye West’s collaborative Watch The Throne project sparked a lawsuit over the track “Made In America,” which featured Frank Ocean on the hook. A lawsuit from Joel McDonald claiming the track was his was filed in 2014 but it was decided that singer and songwriter did not have a strong enough case […]
Jay Z and Kanye West’s collaborative album Watch The Throne ranks among the peak moments in recent Hip-Hop history, but it’s now in question whether or not some foul play was involved with its creation. Or at the very least, that’s what New York musician Joel McDonald alleges.
As promised, BBC delivers the second installment of Zane Lowe’s candid discussion with Jay-Z. This time, the Brooklyn legend reveals why he couldn’t allow “Holy Grail” to end up on Watch The Throne, despite Kanye West’s protests, and more.
UPDATE: BBC released the supporting video featuring Jay-Z candidly speaking on his dispute with Kanye West, Magna Carta Holy Grail, and more. See that below. After Kanye West released “Big Brother” many moons ago, it was clear that he and partner in rhyme Jay-Z have a friendly competition going. Now, in an interview with Zane Lowe […]
First it was Kanye West with Yeezus. Then it was Jay-Z with Magna Carta Holy Grail. Does that mean the next project in this logical progression is Yeezy and Hova’s reunion album, Watch The Throne 2?
Why so blue… Ivy? Blue Ivy Carter is the heir to one of Hip-Hop’s most profitable thrones, but you can usually find her rockin’ the most thorough stank face, ever seen on a person in diapers.
Hit-Boy was one of the big winners at last night’s Grammy Awards as he took home a golden gramophone for producing “Ni**as In Paris.”
“I would like to thank the swap meet for his hat,” as quoted by Jay-Z and directed towards The-Dream, was what the ether King Hov jokingly spat during his acceptance for his Grammy for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration. “No Church In the Wild,” the captivating intro from 2011’s Watch the Throne, granted Jay-Z, Kanye West, Frank Ocean […]