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#70877 - Thu Dec 13 2001 09:59 PM Jay-Z
Lanni Offline
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Registered: Tue Oct 02 2001
Posts: 1817
Loc: Brooklyn New York USA  
I haven't been much of a Jay-Z fan. That was until I heard him play unplugged today and I'm speechless. I never knew he could sound so good. I definately want his unplugged CD and I'm glad he is going to release it. That performance was hot. It has been showing on MTV for the past two days and will probably play for a couple more days. Has anyone else seen it?

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#70878 - Fri Dec 14 2001 01:12 PM Re: Jay-Z
LordAndry Offline
Multiloquent

Registered: Mon Jun 25 2001
Posts: 2542
Loc: Los Angeles
California USA
h to the izzo
v to the izzay
dribble down to v-a...
not guilty you gotsta feel me

big pimpin'...

some good stuff there...
he flows very well.
kinda like a young Dr. Dre.

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#70879 - Sat Dec 15 2001 08:34 PM Re: Jay-Z
Drewskidogg Offline
Enthusiast

Registered: Wed Dec 05 2001
Posts: 285
Loc: San Francisco California USA 
Ah Jay-Z's become a sellout over the past few years, though I must admit he does have some tight songs. His first album "Reasonable Doubt" from 1996, back when he was just coming out, is excellent though. Here are some of the songs from Jay-Z that I like:

Ain't No Nigga (featuring Foxy Brown)
Can't Knock The Hustle (featuring Mary J. Blige)
Big Pimpin' (featuring UGK)
Who U Wit II
Sunshine (featuring Foxy Brown and Babyface)
Can I Get A... (featuring Amil and Ja Rule)
Girls, Girls, Girls
Izzo (H.O.V.A.) (I don't like this one a whole lot, but it's hella catchy)


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