Kanye West & Jay-Z's 'H.A.M' Premieres Online
The first track from their Watch The Throne LP has debuted on Facebook...
Kanye West andJay-Z's first single from their new joint LP, Watch The Throne, has premiered online.
The track, entitled H.A.M, debuted on the hip-hop pair's Watch The Throne Facebook page after midnight on Tuesday.
H.A.M, which is produced by Lex Luger, is the duo's first offering from their highly anticipated collaborations album, which originally started out as an EP.
The chorus of the tune sees both West and Jigga rapping the lyrics: "I'm about to go ham, hard as a muthaf*cker, let these n*ggas know who I am, I'm about to go ham."
There is currently no planned release date for Watch The Throne, but reports have suggested that in could be unleashed on 1st March.
In other Kanye West news, the man behind the artwork for Yeezy's latest LP, My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy, has claimed that the rapper's aim was to have the cover artwork banned.
Painter George Condo confessed to The New Yorker's Calvin Tomkins that West hoped the image, which portrayed a man having sex with a phoenix, would create controversy ahead of the album's release last year.
Tomkins revealed to the publication: "A couple of weeks before my first visit to Condo's studio, Kanye West, the rapper, asked [Condo] to do a painting for the cover of his new album My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy,"
He added:"West said that he had seen paintings by Condo, and wanted to collaborate with him. According to Condo, he also said that he was looking for 'something that will be banned'."