Jay-Z hints that second 'Watch The Throne' album will be released in 2012

The rapper also says he and Kanye West will both release solo albums next year

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Jay-Z has hinted that the second release from his and Kanye West's 'Watch The Throne' project will be released next year.

The rappers' first joint album was released earlier this year and Jay-Z has now said that as well as possible solo albums from each of the artists, 2012 could also see a follow up to this year's 'Watch The Throne' album.

"We – I say 'we' because I'm in Throne mode – we're in a great place creatively," said Jay-Z to MTV News. "You might see a Jay, then Kanye and a Throne album next year… We really found our zone."

Last month Jay-Z was labelled a 'bloodsucker' by Occupy Wall Street movement. He came under fire from the organisers of the Occupy Wall Street protest after his clothing company Rocawear produced a t-shirt emblazoned by the slogan 'Occupy Wall Street', but did not offer to give the movement any of the profits.

Rocawear issued a statement to Businessinsider.com about the t-shirt, which bears the slogan 'Occupy Wall Street', with the 'W' scrawled out and an added 'S' at the end, in which they make it clear that they will not be giving the movement any money from clothing sales.


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