Honestly, the best thing to come out of 2010's Tron: Legacy was Daft Punk's dead brilliant soundtrack. Apparently, it's a gift that keeps on giving as, three years down the road, it's still spitting out killer tracks.
As Rolling Stone reports, a new song featuring none other than Jay Z himself has surfaced on a Daft Punk fan site. While there's no confirmation that this is indeed a genuine collaboration between everyone's favorite robotic producers and the Jiggaman, the sound itself has us pretty close to convinced.
"Computerized" features the same lush, digital sound as the Tron: Legacy album and vocals from someone who either sounds exactly like or is Jay rapping about the cost of a high-tech lifestyle.
According to Rolling Stone there is nothing to suggest when or where this was recorded, or even evidence that Jay Z did in fact work on the album. It's all very odd considering how big each of the artists involved is. Obviously, there are a lot of questions to be answered here and, yeah, a slight, almost negligible chance this isn't the real deal. But, hey, you can give the joint a listen and decide for yourself. Hit play, then hit the comments section to let us know what you think. (Rolling Stone)