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During a press conference in December to announce his pair of Carnegie Hall shows Jay-Z told MTV News that there’s a chance we would see two new projects from him in 2012. In addition to a new solo album, Jay also mentioned that a second Throne album could arrive. When Pharrell was asked about future projects involving Jay-Z, he replied “We’re working on something, it’s crazy,” The Neptunes producer contributed “Gotta Have It” to last year’s Watch the Throne album and also laid the beat for Jay’s Blue Ivy dedication, “Glory.” Through the years, Jay-Z has logged a ton of time with the Pharrell, starting with 2000’s “I Just Wanna Love U (Give It 2 Me).” Since then, the two have hooked up on a number of notable tracks, including “Excuse Me Miss” from 2002’s The Blueprint 2 LP and the Neptunes’ 2003 hit “Frontin’.” “We — I say ‘we’ because I’m in Throne mode — we’re in a great place creatively,” Jay said of his and Kanye West’s chemistry. “You might see a Jay, then Kanye and a Throne album next year. You know, we’re really in a great place creatively. We really found our zone.”
With things still in the works, Pharrell is reluctant to let go of any info. Instead, he’d rather just let Jay speak on things when he is ready. “Well, you know, he’s very discreet about details and stuff,” Pharrell said. “I’m just a filmmaker, musically. I let everybody else play the roles.”

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