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'Watch the Throne,' results when the longtime friends and music innovators inspired each other to new heights with their collaboration. It is recorded in person at various locations around the world. According to news updates, over a year in the making and a truly global affair, the duo recorded in London and Bath in the United Kingdom, Abu Dhabi, Sydney, Paris and New York City. Featuring the production from The RZA, it has already been heralded a 'masterpiece' by those who have heard it. 'Watch the Throne,' also features songs from their classic catalog.
It continues My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy's mood of restless creativity. Behind West and Jay-Z's voices, the musical scenery of Niggas in Paris and Who Gon Stop Me shifts randomly. Nina Simone's A New Day is a song robbed of its power by its ubiquity among X Factor contestants. On New Day, the cumulative effect is extraordinarily weird and disorientating.
The way the producers breathe fresh life into well-worn sounds was equally impressive. Their sudden lurches from staccato orchestration into fizzing industrial noise were thrilling. West follows a predominantly torturous metaphor with a burst of dialogue from Blades of Glory – ‘no one knows what it means, but its provocative’. West have hint at a hitherto-unnoticed ability to laugh at himself. Go and enjoy it.