Though 'Watch the Throne' was originally slated to land in stores before the end of 2010, 'Ye capped the year by announcing that the LP will arrive in one week's time during a performance with Jay on New Year's Eve. But soon after, news broke that the album would officially drop on March 1, with rumors that 'H.A.M' would hit the web as early as today.
The highly anticipated album's existence was first revealed last August, when Kanye announced that they would put out a five-track EP via his Twitter account. The EP soon turned into a full-length album, with Yeezy posting a pic of a studio outside of London where the two would be working on the project.
Details are currently scarce on the joint venture, but it's slated to feature production from Q-Tip and Pete Rock. 'That's My Bitch,' a cut featuring La Roux's Elly Jackson, hit the Internet in late November, and could be included on the final album.
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