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Jay-Z and Kanye West give fans a sneak peak of a possible set list for their highly anticipated "Watch The Throne" tour, which kicks off tonight (Oct. 28) in Atlanta.

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At the 1:04 min. mark, solo hits like Kanye's "Jesus Walks," and Jay-Z's "99 Problems" can be deciphered from the list of what looks to be like a the set list for the tour's performances. Let's cross our fingers and toes that 'Ye and Jay perform these hits when they stop through your city.

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In support of Steve Stoute's 'The Tanning of America,' Jay-Z sat down with Steve Stoute to speak on "Watch the Throne" and hip-hop's global impact:

"Hip-hop had a voice... it spoke directly to the people, spoke to their heart and to how they were feeling. Hip-hop has always been this global thing. That cultural thing just connected."

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