Jay-Z and Kanye West to release 'Watch The Throne 2'?

Producer Mike Dean confirms plans are in the pipeline for a second collaboration album

Jay-Z and Kanye West to release 'Watch The Throne 2'?

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Jay-Z and Kanye West are planning to make a follow up to their collaboration album 'Watch The Throne'.

Mike Dean, who helped co-produce their 2011 project, has confirmed that there will be a 'Watch The Throne 2' LP in the future.

He is currently working on West's label debut studio album 'Cruel Summer' also known as the G.O.O.D. Music compliation. The rapper recently debuted an experimental short film based on the album in Cannes on Wednesday (May 23).

Dean, who added production to West's albums 'Graduation' and 'My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy', told Quiet Lunch: "I'm working on the G.O.O.D. Music album, of course and 'Watch The Throne 2' – it's not started yet, but it's coming."

Jay-Z hinted late last year that a second release may surface at some point.

The rapper and his sidekick West, have just finished playing five nights at London's O2 Arena for the their 'Watch The Throne' tour. The duo will play Manchester's Evening News Arena on June 11 and 12, Birmingham's LG Arena on June 13 and 22 and Sheffield Motorpoint Arena on June 21.

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