Beyonce and Bruno Mars on Jay-Z and Kanye West's 'Watch The Throne' album

Producer Bangladesh is also on board

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Beyonce has recorded a track with Bruno Mars for Jay-Z and Kanye West's forthcoming joint album, 'Watch The Throne'.

The song - 'Lift Off' - is expected to be the next single from the project.

Meanwhile, producer Bangladesh has revealed that he has contributed a couple of tracks to the album. "I was requested to come out there and just give a little insight on the album and give them a beat or two and add and create with 'Ye, which was a big honour," he told MTV News.



Of the tracks from the album he's heard so far Bangladesh added: "Shit is dope! You know what they do. It's not gonna be nothing less of what y'all expect them to do. It's actually on another level."

Producer and engineer Young Guru recently said that the album now only needs a few "tweaks" before it's finished.

No release date for the 'Watch The Throne' has been announced yet.

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