Jay-Z and Kanye West are two of today's most notable hip-hop moguls, and were seemingly the best of friends until recently. Now we will all get to gain a bit of insight on the falling out between the two next Monday, July 31 on Channel 4 in the U.K., in a documentary called Public Enemies: Jay-Z vs Kanye.
According to Complex:
the doc will examine the complex relationship between two of the biggest rappers in the game. Channel 4's description promises unseen footage and exclusive interviews, and a detailed look at Jay and 'Ye's "spectacular rise, their creative partnership and their colossal falling out."
The release of the documentary couldn't be better timed. Relations between the rap megastars have been tense as of late. Last month, Jay released 4:44, which featured several songs that contained subliminal shots at Yeezy. Shortly after, word leaked that Kanye had cut ties with Jay's music streaming service Tidal over a $3 million dispute. On top of that, there are whispers that the two fell out because of Kim Kardashian and Jay's belief that 'Ye is forcing the socialite on him and his wife Beyoncé. And then there's the recent news that Kanye may be coming for Hov's neck on his next album.