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Shad reviews Kanye and Jay-Z’s Watch the Throne stop in Vancouver
Canadian rapper Shad, born Shad Kabango in 1983, is a hip-hop artist based in Vancouver who has been twice nominated for the Polaris Prize: in 2008 for his sophomore recording, The Old Prince, and in 2011 for TSOL. Since then he has earned a master’s degree in liberal studies from Simon Fraser, and lost his mind watching Kanye West and Jay-Z (a.k.a. The Throne) perform at Vancouver’s Rogers Arena

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Concert Review: Jay-Z and Kanye West exceed the hypeIt’s rare that a show of this magnitude lives up to its hype, but Kanye  and Jay-Z actually managed to exceed it. From the Tron-inspired laser  show to the hydraulic-powered stages at either end of the ACC to the  pyrotechnics, it was a visual masterpiece. And then, of course, there  was the music. (Photo: David Leyes Photographer)More photos: Jay-Z and Kanye West in Toronto

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Concert Review: Jay-Z and Kanye West exceed the hype
It’s rare that a show of this magnitude lives up to its hype, but Kanye and Jay-Z actually managed to exceed it. From the Tron-inspired laser show to the hydraulic-powered stages at either end of the ACC to the pyrotechnics, it was a visual masterpiece. And then, of course, there was the music. (Photo: David Leyes Photographer)

More photos: Jay-Z and Kanye West in Toronto

Culture Club: Kanye & Jay-Z, bearers of the throneWatch the Throne, the record released digitally on Monday by Kanye West and Jay-Z, is not only one of the year’s most anticipated releases, but may also be the precursor of a potentially disturbing new trend: the return of the supergroup. With Mick Jagger in the studio with Joss Stone and Damian Marley, and Dave Grohl and Jack White making music with everyone, we wondered: Are we about to see a new wave of supergroups take over the Billboard charts? And if so, is that a good thing? (Illustration by Kagan McLeod)

Culture Club: Kanye & Jay-Z, bearers of the throne
Watch the Throne, the record released digitally on Monday by Kanye West and Jay-Z, is not only one of the year’s most anticipated releases, but may also be the precursor of a potentially disturbing new trend: the return of the supergroup. With Mick Jagger in the studio with Joss Stone and Damian Marley, and Dave Grohl and Jack White making music with everyone, we wondered: Are we about to see a new wave of supergroups take over the Billboard charts? And if so, is that a good thing? (Illustration by Kagan McLeod)