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Edited by on August 2 2011 at 11:45 AM

Get your catcher’s mitt out, because we are about to drop a lot of names:  Jay-Z. Kanye West. Beyonce. Solange. Kelly Rowland. Lyor Cohen. Tory Burch. Vanessa Simmons. Angela Simmons. Forest Whitaker. Q Tip. Busta Rhymes. AJ Calloway. John Legend. Jada Pinkett-Smith. The list goes on.  All these A-Listers gathered last night in NYC with about 80 other guests (including yours truly for FashionIndie) at the Hayden Planetarium in the Museum of Natural History for an uber-private listening and outer space star show of the duo’s hotly anticipated Watch the Throne album.  
Out Of This World: Kanye West & Jay Z Watch The Throne Planetarium Listening Party
Jay-Z told us that it has taken them 9 months and 3 incarnations to get to the point the album is now, and he referenced how he and Kanye West really “pushed each other” to get it to this level.  A slight reference to the rumored physical altercation they supposedly got into earlier that day? Maybe.  Rumors that we are possibly insinuating? Definitely.  As for the music?  Lots of soulful sampling, heavy, heavy bass, and their standard references to taking over the world, shooting above the stars, and having way more money than all of us (Memorable note: “Black card, black tie, black opulence.”).  They even dabble in dubstep towards the end, which was well received by the models and club kids in attendance.  The album is set to drop in the early Fall, but tickets are already on pre-sale (presale code WTT) for their tour dates, so we suggest you get on that now if you want to witness one of the greatest hip hop duos of our generation.
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