Mike Dean, who co-produced the hit collaboration album along with Yeezy, details in a recent magazine interview that no material has been recorded for the planned effort.
Rap moguls Jay-Z and Kanye West haven't done with their collaborative project just yet. Producer Mike Dean has recently confirmed that there are plans for the "Empire State of Mind" hitmaker and the "Heartless" MC to follow up their hit collaboration album, "Watch the Throne", with another one.
Dean, who is also credited for his work in Yeezy's "My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy", spilled the beans during an interview with Quiet Lunch. "I'm working on the G.O.O.D. Music album, of course," said the Grammy-winning producer, "and 'Watch the Throne 2' - it's not started yet, but it's coming."
"Watch the Throne" spawned international hits with its singles, "Otis" and "Ni**as in Paris". The collaborative album has also helped Hov and Yeezy in getting five nominations for the 2012 BET Awards. The rap duo have two nods for Video of the Year, and are up for Best Group, Best Collaboration and Coca-Cola Viewer's Choice Award.