This is a mash up of Dr. Dre’s “Keep Their Heads Ringin’” from the movie Friday and Jay-Z’s “What More Can I Say” off The Black Album. Rock over London, rock over Paris, Burger King, have it your own fucking way. One, two, three, four.
Jay-Z was born, Shawn Corey Carter in 1969. Since then, he has become an author, a philanthropist, a rapper, a businessman, one of the best-selling musicians of all time, Grammy winner, Sammy Davis, Jr. Award for Entertainer of the year recipient, sports agent, Sports Emmy Award for Outstanding Music winner, Kids Choice Award winner, Soul Train Music Award winner, secret agent, BET award winner, and MTV video music award winner. He is also politically active and fluent in over eight languages, not including Pig Latin and Ubby-Dubby.
He is worth $810 million, and while married to Beyoncé worth $1.16 billion. America is a great country for celebrities.
If there is one thing wrong with Jay-Z, it’s that he spawned Kanye West. Keep in mind, back in 2001, Kanye was a relevant producer with his trademark of speeding up vocal samples from classic soul records. This was before his ego turned him into a slightly different version of President Trump. Taylor Swift is to Kanye as Obama is to Trump. Let’s call it for what it is; it has something to do with race.
4:44, Jay-Z’s latest release is worth listening to. I give it 8 thumbs up out of 10. I love the Stevie Wonder sample in “Smile” featuring Gloria Carter.
/jā/ /zē/ /nətz/
short-lived comic strip featuring Good Ol’ Jay-Z and supporting cast, Bay, Sol, Snoop, Kanyus, Sha Keys, Dre, Black Schroeder, sister Cray-Z, brother Lay-Z, heterosexually challenged first cousin Faye-Z, and sole Caucasian character, Frank.
synonyms: Good Times with Jay-Z, jumping the shark, ahead of its time
“Who was the artist of the short-lived comic strip Jay-Z-Nutz?”
“I had no idea there actually was a comic strip called Jay-Z-Nutz.”