Feb 12, 2019 12:11 PM 4+ day ago
Feb 12, 2019 Feb 12, 2019 Watch the Throne. A moment for hip-hop, a moment for music, the album debuted digitally a first for each artist avoiding leaks and allowing listeners a peak into how streaming would shift the market. Enlisting features from Frank Ocean, Beyonce, Mr. Hudson and more, the album would highlight production from the likes of 88 Keys, Swizz Beats, Pete Rock, Lex Luger, Hit-Boy, Q-Tip, DJ Premier and even The Neptunes. James Brown samples, beat flips, social commentary, braggadocio, the album had it all. While West was with Nike having hit a homerun on the Yeezy 1 and in the midst of rolling out the Yeezy 2 the album did not have an official shoe of sorts. That was until the Nike LeBron 9 Watch the Throne PE (via Flight Club) A performance PE, a soundboard for stunting, the shoe was so exclusive that even PJ Tucker hasn't been seen in a pair yet. LeBron James in the Nike LeBron 9 Watch the Throne (photo via Sneaker Bar Detroit) Made for LeBron James but of course modeled after the pinnacle album, pairs were spotted on few and far between, with the short list including the king himself, the CSS legend Wale and N*ggas in Paris producer Hit-Boy. Wale in the Nike LeBron 9 Watch the Throne (Photo by Johnny Nunez/WireImage) Hit-Boy with the Nike LeBron 9 Watch the Throne 9 (photo via TSG) With LeBron retros rolling out in the form of the AZG and LeBron III, perhaps some day we will see the Nike LeBron 9 Watch the Throne in retro retail form. Until then, wearers will have to wait until February 17 for the closest thing yet the Nike LeBron 16 Watch the Throne set to be debuted at All-Star Weekend. Nike LeBron 16 Watch the ThroneRead more.
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