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Mister Cee x Jay-Z – The Black Album Tribute Mix

Yesterday afternoon, on the 10th anniversary of Jay’s “retirement” album, Cee paid tribute to the LP with a mix of some of the album cuts and the original songs they sampled.

via Miss Info

Previously: Mixtape Memories: DJ Lt. Dan Presents The Black Remixes: Back to Basics

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Video: Jay-Z ft. Rick Ross – FuckWithMeYouKnowIGotIt (Derick G. Edition)

Derick G drops his own video for Rozay and Jay’s “FuckWithMeYouKnowIGotIt”

Previously: Rick Ross Talks “The Devil Is A Lie” ft. Jay-Z

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Jay-Z Releasing New Fragrance, Gold

Jay-Z is set to launch a new mens fragrance called Gold WWD reports. The cologne, which will come packaged in a box that resembles a gold brick, will be available at Barney’s New York as part of the Jay-Z Holiday Collection with other retailers to follow at a later time.

Here’s a description of the scent.

Top: “The brightness of Sicilian Bergamot and ginger warmed with Cardamom.”
Mid: “Masculine vetiver and teak wood mingle with the spice of pink pepper.”
Base: “Rich amber and sensual myrrh are smoothed with bourbon vanilla.”

Spotted: WWD via Complex

Previously: Jay-Z Releases Statement on Barney’s Collaboration

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[Video] Rick Ross Talks “The Devil Is A Lie” Featuring Jay-Z

Rick Ross sat down with FUSE to talk about his next single “The Devil Is A Lie” featuring Jay-Z and his freestyle over “Royals”.



Video: Rick Ross Talks “The Devil Is A Lie” ft. Jay-Z

Speaking to FUSE, Ross talks about the Mastermind album cut “The Devil Is A Lie” featuring Jay-Z and his remix of Lorde’s “Royals”.

Previously: DJ Khaled ft. Diddy, Meek Mill, Rick Ross, T.I. & Swizz Beatz – I Feel Like Pac / I Feel Like Biggie (Video) | Meek Mill Brings Out Rick Ross, Nicki Minaj, French Montana & Jadakiss at Power 99′s Powerhouse 2013

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Jay-Z Releases Statement on Barney’s Collaboration

After it was recently revealed that two young Black consumers were racially profiled after shopping at Barney’s New York, there have been calls for comment from Jay-Z, who recently announced a high profile collaboration with the high-end department store. Jay just released the following statement via his Life+Times website:

This collaboration lives in a place of giving and is about the Foundation. I am not making a dime from this collection; I do not stand to make millions, as falsely reported. I need to make that fact crystal clear. The Shawn Carter Foundation is the beneficiary and the foundation is receiving 25% of all sales from the collaboration, 10% of all sales generated in the store on November 20th and an additional donation from Barneys. This money is going to help individuals facing socio-economic hardships to help further their education at institutions of higher learning. My idea was born out of creativity and charity… not profit.

I move and speak based on facts and not emotion. I haven’t made any comments because I am waiting on facts and the outcome of a meeting between community leaders and Barneys. Why am I being demonized, denounced and thrown on the cover of a newspaper for not speaking immediately? The negligent, erroneous reports and attacks on my character, intentions, and the spirit of this collaboration have forced me into a statement I didn’t want to make without the full facts. Making a decision prematurely to pull out of this project, wouldn’t hurt Barneys or Shawn Carter, but all the people that stand a chance at higher education. I have been working with my team ever since the situation was brought to my attention to get to the bottom of these incidents and at the same time find a solution that doesn’t harm all those that stand to benefit from this collaboration.

I am against discrimination of any kind, but if I make snap judgements, no matter who it’s towards, aren’t I committing the same sin as someone who profiles? I am no stranger to being profiled and I truly empathize with anyone that has been put in that position. Hopefully this brings forth a dialogue to effect real change. – Shawn “JAY Z” Carter

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[Throwback Track] Jay-Z ft. Young Chris – Nigga Please [Prod. By The Neptunes]

Jay-Z ain’t the GOAT? Nigga please!!

Hit the jump to download the MP3 (in case you failed and don’t have it yet) and stay tuned for a throwback album.

Download: Jay-Z ft. Young Chris – Nigga Please [Prod. By The Neptunes]



Video: Jay-Z, Timbaland and Chris Martin Ride the London Tube to O2 Arena

Jay, Timbo, Chris Martin and a bunch of hangers-on hopped on the London Underground to get to their show at the O2 Arena this past weekend.

Above, check out a quick clip of them leaving the North Greenwich station and hit the jump for some pics.


Pics via Twitter

Previously: Jay-Z & Ron Howard: Made in America (Documentary) | Cam Says Jay-Z Banned Dipset Music from 40/40 Clubs

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[Video] Jay-Z & Ron Howard – Made In America (Documentary)

A world television premiere documentary chronicling the 2012 debut of the “Made in America” music festival. Produced by JAY Z and directed by Oscar winner Ron Howard, this one-of-a-kind, all-access backstage pass to the festival features performances and interviews with a diverse roster of chart-topping musicians, including Gary Clark Jr., D’Angelo, Dirty Projectors, The Hives, JAY Z, Miike Snow, Janelle Monáe, Odd Future, Rita Ora, Passion Pit, Pearl Jam, Run-D.M.C., Santigold, Jill Scott, Skrillex, and Kanye West.



Video: Jay-Z & Ron Howard: Made in America (Documentary)

“Made In America” — directed by Academy Award-winning filmmaker Ron Howard — recounts Jay-Z’s rise to rap supremacy, as well as his preparations for the titular music festival he both curated and headlined.

Previously: Video: Timbaland Previews New Song ft. Jay-Z & Drake

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