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PostSubject: jay   Thu Jan 31, 2008 6:39 am

Not long after his "comeback" album Kingdom Come, Jay-Z hits us with a newer album American Gangster. This album has more lively production than his previous LP, making it a plus. Although Jay-Z's lyrics are really nothing to write home about, he still drop something great from time to time.

A few of my favorites on this album would be "Roc Boys (And The Winner Is)", before BET played it into the ground. "Ignorant ****" is a classic track that features Beanie Sigel, with a nice sped up Ronald Isley sample. "Success" featuring Nas is another great track. "Fallin'" has some great production, which I enjoy as well. Some of the songs I'm not feeling is "Hello Brooklyn" with Lil' Wayne's phoned in verse. "No Hook" is another forgettable song in my opinion.

Overall American Gangster, is an excellent album. It does exceed Kingdom Come (which was a good album as well). With producers like Kanye West, Sean "Diddy" Combs, No I.D., and Pharrell, you have an excellent produced album. If you like Jay-Z, more than likely you'll find this as one of his better albums throughout his career. Peace.
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PostSubject: TOP 5 jay-z albums   Mon Jan 28, 2008 7:55 am

(1.)Reasonable Doubt
(2.)The Black Album
(3.)Blueprint
(4.)Vol. 2... Hard Knock Life
(5.)American Gangster

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PostSubject: jay z   Fri Jan 25, 2008 7:09 am

Not long after his "comeback" album Kingdom Come, Jay-Z hits us with a newer album American Gangster. This album has more lively production than his previous LP, making it a plus. Although Jay-Z's lyrics are really nothing to write home about, he still drop something great from time to time.

A few of my favorites on this album would be "Roc Boys (And The Winner Is)", before BET played it into the ground. "Ignorant ****" is a classic track that features Beanie Sigel, with a nice sped up Ronald Isley sample. "Success" featuring Nas is another great track. "Fallin'" has some great production, which I enjoy as well. Some of the songs I'm not feeling is "Hello Brooklyn" with Lil' Wayne's phoned in verse. "No Hook" is another forgettable song in my opinion.

Overall American Gangster, is an excellent album. It does exceed Kingdom Come (which was a good album as well). With producers like Kanye West, Sean "Diddy" Combs, No I.D., and Pharrell, you have an excellent produced album. If you like Jay-Z, more than likely you'll find this as one of his better albums throughout his career. Peace.
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