With “H.A.M.” released earlier this year as the first offering off their collaborative album, Watch The Throne, word is that Jay and Kanye have listed Beyoncé and Bruno Mars for the next release, “Lift Off”. West, Hov and Bey were spotted in Paris last week possibly working on the project. In other related reports, Kanye, Hov and Bey may all hit the stage during Glastonbury in June. complex
When Hov and his ‘ol lady weren’t taking over the Paris nightlife over the weekend, we can assume Mr. Carter and Mr. West were hard at work on Watch The Throne. What a night.
Last year, Hov and U2 traveled to Australia for their five city 360 Tour. During the band’s set, Jay-Z joined them on stage to perform their collaboration. For the limited edition of U2: Duals LP, the band released a high quality recording of the performance. You can purchase the LP by subscribing to their fan club. hhu
Jay-Z and actress Gwyneth Paltrow traded interviews today on their respective websites. For Life And Times, Hov asks Gwyn about her musical taste. SC: Personally I was very surprised at your extensive knowledge of hip-hop songs. Particularly how you can sing ’90s hip-hip songs word for word. I can’t even do that! How does a girl from Spence discover hip-hop? GP: I first was exposed to hip-hop when I was about 16 (1988) by some boys who went to collegiate. […]
Sumit recently caught up with Young Guru across the pond for another interview. Mr. Keaton speaks on working with Jay Electronica and unreleased Jay-Z material. Give up the goods, Gu!
As predicted, the NBA has fined the New Jersey Nets $50,000 due to Jay-Z’s Kentucky Wildcats locker room visit last month. The league prohibits personnel from interacting with collegiate athletes. si
Jay-Z’s new site, Life and Times gets a boost today with the release of Sade’s first rap collaboration, “Moon & The Sky”. Produced by Noah “40” Shebib, the remix will appear on her Ultimate Collection disc which drops May 3rd.