Monday, November 27, 2006


Available videos:
  1. Big Pimpin (feat. UGK)
  2. Show Me What You Got
  3. Numb/Encore (feat. Linkin Park)
  4. Points Of Authority/99 Problems/One Step Closer (live feat. Linkin Park)
  5. Hey Papi
  6. 99 Problems
  7. Excuse Me Miss
  8. Can I Get A...
  9. Girls, Girls, Girls (feat. Biz Markie, Slick Rick, Q-Tip)
  10. Lying From You/Dirt Off Your Shoulder (with Linkin Park)
  11. D'Evils (live)
  12. Dead Presidents (Part One)
  13. 99 Problems & Big Pimpin (live with Phish)
  14. Lost One (feat. Chrisette Michele)
  15. Friend Or Foe
  16. Change Clothes (feat Pharrell)
  17. Dirt Off Your Sholder
  18. Encore
  19. Bonnie And Clyde 03 (feat. Beyonce)
  20. Song Cry
  21. Song Cry (live feat. Mary J. Blige)
  22. Who You Wit
  23. In My Lifetime (Remix)
  24. Encore/Numb/Yesterday (live with Linkin Park and Paul McCartney)
  25. Minority Report
  26. The City Is Mine (feat. Blackstreet)
  27. The Streets Is Watching
  28. Guns And Roses (feat. Lenny Kravitz)
  29. Jigga What, Jigga Who
  30. Sunshine (feat. Babyface & Foxy Brown)
  31. Ain't No Nigga (live with Foxy Brown)
  32. Hard Knock Life
  33. 20 Bag Shorty (feat. Gotti, Frody & Niela)
Available concerts:
  1. Fade To Black (44 min)
  1. Jay-Z on Jimmy Kimmel (live)
  2. Jay-Z on 106
  3. Jay-Z with Linkin Park (studio time)
  4. Stageside Presents: Jay-Z
  5. Jay-Z interview from 1997
  6. Jay-Z & Linkin Park Interview
Hip Hop & Rap music store:

Shawn Corey Carter (born December 4, 1969), better known by his stage name Jay-Z, is an American rapper and current president and CEO of Def Jam and Roc-A-Fella Records. He has been one of the most successful American rappers of the past decade. In 2006, an MTV list named him the "Greatest MC Of All Time". [1]

Known for his use of freestyling abilities, flow, and blending of street and popular hip hop, Jay-Z became one of the most respected rappers in the music industry before his declared retirement in 2004. He is admired for his ability to craft lyrics from memory, without the use of pen and paper [2] (he claims his critically acclaimed album The Blueprint was written in only two days).[3] He also returned from retirement in October 2006; his new album Kingdom Come was released November 21st.

Along with Damon "Dame" Dash and Kareem "Biggs" Burke, Jay-Z was one of the founders of Roc-A-Fella Records, a hip-hop record label which also launched the careers of artists such as Beanie Sigel, Kanye West, Memphis Bleek, Young Gunz, Freeway, and Teairra MarĂ­. (Jay-Z - Wikipedia)

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Hello, here’s some info you might find interesting – a list of most promising rappers for 2007:

1. Cory Gunz
2. Termanology
3. Stat Quo
4. Papoose
5. Saigon
6. Joe Budden
7. Chamillionaire
8. Sway
9. The Game
10. Lupe Fiasco

I’ve also found a list of bands that influenced the hip hop style of the artists named above. Just have a look at some Cella Dwellas songs, 8 Ball lyrics or the rap style of Crime Mob and you’ll see what I mean.

Michael S.
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