What bad thing can you say about a hip-hop album made by hip-hop royalty Jay Z and Kanye West? Nothing.
This album, appropriately titled Watch The Throne, proves why these two men/hip-hop heavyweights dominate the industry.
The collaboration album is amazing, showing off their compelling lyrical skills.
No doubt you've heard Otis - sampling from Otis Redding's Try a Little Tenderness - but some other songs from the album to keep an ear out for are: Made In America featuring Frank Ocean, Who Gon Stop Me and New Day.
However, it's Lift Off featuring Beyonce, with a catchy hook and impressive lyrics, that will make you press the repeat button (like I do).
The self-confidence is obvious and the album seems to be a way for them to show everyone - fans and music industry peeps - that they have no plans of going anywhere. Can you imagine a hip-hop world without Jay Z and Kanye? No? Neither can I, and we should be glad we don't have to.
Jay Z and Kanye West
Watch The Throne