For the second part of Zane Lowe's interview with Jay-Z, Hova discusses the themes of his new album Magna Carta Holy Grail, but also Kanye West's creativity.

"He's always been striving for this moment. Just to find the place of expression," says Jay-Z of West. "Through whatever medium it is. Right now it's music. He wants to do fashion. He's trying to master all that."

He also went on to discuss the experimentation found on Yeezus, and why it's good for hip-hop:

"It's good. It's good for music. Forget Hip Hop, it's good for music. Just to have those souls like that… are pushing it forward. Someone to look at it and they'll take that piece of art on the wall and say, 'Oh okay, I know, had he moved this around here and it could have been more accepting and you could've brought in more people. It speaks to more people. Had he just taken this and moved that and moved that.'"

Watch the interview below, and pick up Magna Carta Holy Grail now.

Update: It also appears that Jay-Z has broken Spotify's first week streaming record, with around 14 million listens in the first week alone. I wonder what Thom Yorke thinks about this?