After confirming an early August release date for "Watch The Throne," Jay-Z  and Kanye West  have released a new song from their highly anticipated collaborative album. "Otis," a hard-hitting track built around a sample of Otis Redding's "Try A Little Tenderness," hit the web on Wednesday night (July 20) via Funkmaster Flex's blog .
After an extended intro, "Otis" finds Jay and Kanye trading filthy rhymes, with Hov spitting, "Photo shoot fresh, looking like wealth/I'm about to call the paparazzi on myself," and West later countering, "I made Jesus walk so I'm never going to hell/Couture-level flow, it's never going on sale." The track does not feature a chorus, unlike "H*A*M," the Lex Luger-produced track that was released in January.
After months of waiting, "Watch The Throne" is set to be released digitally on Aug. 1 and hit shelves four days later. Full production credits for the album leaked yesterday after the deluxe track listing revealed guest spots by Beyonce , Frank Ocean  and Mr. Hudson .
With another "Watch The Throne" track displaying the skills of two rap giants, who do you think has the best rhymes on "Otis" - Jay-Z or Kanye West? Vote now in our poll.
- Hip-Hop