They already dominated the States. Now, Jay-Z and Kanye West are going overseas.

The Throne will launch their Watch The Throne tour across the Atlantic beginning in May and ending in June. The 12-date tour will have them touching down in places like London, Switzerland, Denmark, Norway, France, Belgium, Germany and Ireland. The overseas trek will kick off in O2 Arena in London on May 20 and end in Birmingham’s LG Arena on June 13.

This news comes after The Throne hit 46 shows across the United States and in Canada, making over $48,000,000 at the box office.

Watch The Throne sold 436,000 copies in its first week after its Aug. 8, 2011 release. To date, Watch The Throne has gone on to sell over 1,300,000 records, having spawned singles such as “H.A.M.,” “Otis,” “Lift Off,” “Niggas in Paris,” “Why I Love You” and “Gotta Have It.”

Over the course of the United States tour, The Throne made a habit of performing their “Niggas In Paris” track repeatedly during live shows, having restarted the the song a record 11 times during their Vancouver stop.

Well, the dynamic duo will have a chance to outdo themselves live in the named city, as they’re set to perform in Paris back-to-back on June 1 and June 2, as part of the international tour.

In related news, ’Ye recently denied London reports about him firing his driver over a lunch from Selfridges Food Hall that was delivered a couple of hours late. —Jakinder Singh