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Kanye West and Jay-Z's 'Made in America' Video Trailer

May 12, 2012 (2:55 am) GMT
The official sneak-peek features a large number of revelers throwing their hands in the air to a 'Watch the Throne' track.
Kanye West, Jay-Z

A video trailer that is titled after and 's "" track "Made in America" hits the web. The teaser features black-and-white footage showing a large number of people throwing their hands in the air at a live concert.

The video doesn't feature "Made in America", despite the fact it's tagged with the -assisted song on its title card. Posted by Jigga on his official blog, it has another "What the Throne" song "H.A.M" instead.

"Watch the Throne" was released in the summer of 2011, and it was followed by a North American tour that kicked in the fall. The Hip-Hop duo will next tour Europe, opening the roadshow with a five-night stand at London's O2 Arena.

In addition to heading across the pond for the the co-headlining trek, Kanye is occupied with G.O.O.D Music projects including a collective album with labelmates. In a tweet that read, " is charging 100k for a verse now cause he's G.O.O.D!!!!!!", he sparks rumor of signing the rapper.

He's additionally reported to rap about marrying in an upcoming song. He reportedly rhymes, "Now she back in the club in a tight dress with dreams of someday wearing a white dress," and "Even though I met you in the club in a tight dress/At first sight I could picture you in a white dress."



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