For those who are thrilled over the partnership of Jay-Z and Lil’ Wayne on Brooklyn 2.0 (off Hova’s new album American Gangster,) hold your collaborative horses. According to a published report by MTV, Mr. Carter had the following to say: “[Wayne’s camp] sent the record and it was done… So it wasn’t like a collaboration thing. It was done already.” There you have it, an explanation of how joint ventures have been completed in the industry since Pro Tools and e-mail have been in existence. American Gangster will be released off Roc-A-Fella/Def Jam on November 6th.
Written by DJ Z on 10/26/07
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