An unreleased possible collaboration between Daft Punk and Jay Z called "Computerized" has surfaced online today. The song is said to be co-produced by Daft Punk and Kanye West, though no solid details at the time confirm West's involvement.
What we do know is that "Computerized" uses elements of Daft Punk's 2010 record "The Son of Flynn," which was included on the Tron: Legacy soundtrack. That, and this song also features previously unheard verses from Jay, who raps about the digital lifestyle that is taking over society. "I got an iTouch, but I can't feel," he says over the synth beat.
A 40-second preview of "Computerized" was shared on Daft Club, a forum for Daft Punk fans, last October. The same member who shared the preview also uploaded the longer version today. "The only thing we get about this track is, it was a collaboration Daft Punk/Jay Z made for a old Disney project unreleased," the member says. This likely could be a reference to Tron, which was released through Walt Disney Pictures.
UPDATED 3/10/14: Pitchfork has confirmed that Kanye West was not involved in the production of this song.
[via Rap Wave]
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