1. No Church in the Wild (Feat. Frank Ocean)
Produced by 88-Keys and Kanye West
anthemic, bass-heavy bazooka shot underscoring the duo’s literal and metaphorical relationship with spirituality and religion.
"WHAT'S GOD TO A NON-BELIEVER?"
2. Lift Off (Feat. Beyoncé)
Produced by Kanye West, Jeff Bhasker, and Mike Dean
“We gonna take it to the moon/ Take it to the stars,” sings B
3. Niggas in Paris
Produced by Hit-Boy and Kanye West
“Paris” stands out for its punishing drums, ominous snyths, and Jay-Z’s double-time raps. This is the Jay-Z that “Big Pimpin’” fans missed.
4.Otis (Feat. Otis Redding)
Produced by Kanye West
It’s a curious track for a single, with no recognizable horn blasts or fun
5. Gotta Have It
Produced by The Neptunes
Here’s your new “Brooklyn’s Finest.”
6. New Day
Produced by The RZA, Kanye West, and Mike Dean
“I want him to have an easy life/ And not have a Yeezy life”
7. That’s My Bitch
Produced by Q-Tip and Kanye West
heavy drums !
8. Welcome to the Jungle
Produced by Swizz Beatz
“I look in the mirror/ My only opponent.”
9. Who’s Gon Stop Me
Produced by Sham “Sak Pase” Joseph and Kanye West
soaring synths, deep bass, and a looped vocal of “I Can’t Stop” turn the track into the most experimental dance songeither rapper has attempted. This is ELECTRONIC MUSIC !!!!!!
10. Murder to Excellence
Produced by Swizz Beatz and S1
Throne‘s lushest track
11. Made It In America (Feat. Frank Ocean)
Produced by Sham “Sak Pase” Joseph
Autobiographical track + Frank Ocean singing the evocative hook celebrating Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm X that says, in part, “Sweet baby Jesus/ We made it into America,”
12. Why I Love You (Feat. Mr Hudson)
Produced by Mike Dean and Kanye West
just rap over that Cassius song...