After numerous schedule changes and pleasing the high demand, Jay and Ye are bringing their tour to their respective hometowns. The Watch The Throne tour will now make its way to Madison Square Garden for two shows on November 7 and 8. Chicago’s concerts go down at the United Center on November 30 and December 1.
A lil over a month after its release, Jay-Z and Kanye West’s Watch The Throne is now planking on a million copies. Congrats! Let’s keep it going, we gon need a million mo’.
Before The Throne kick off their tour in Atlanta on October 28th, they plan to rehearse in Birmingham, Alabama. Mayor William Bell compared it to the Jacksons’ “Victory” rehearsals 27 years ago. No word if the practice runs will be matriculate into a full fledged performance.
If you didn’t know, track three from Watch The Throne will be The Throne’s next single. Hopefully the video gets the people going.
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Lupe returned to his native Chicago yesterday and at the 4:20 mark, planted his flag on The Throne, Lil Wayne and Drake. After all, two is not a winner and three nobody remembers.
“When you’re done Watching The Throne, turn around and watch me, when you’re done with the Carter 4 come back to me for more, when you’re done with that Drake, no, I ain’t trying to hate but I’m back up on my grind and I’m about to skaaaaate on these niggas…Put it on your blog and your tumblrs on your twitters that Lupe said that he’s the best, NIGGA.”
For the first time, Jay-Z and Kanye West performed “Otis” tonight at the MTV Video Music Awards. Peep the foiled crash attempt at the 2:00 mark. More footage later on.