The retirement is over folks, you can now un-fade from black. The lead single, Show Me What You Got, from Jay’s newest discography addition is of itself a question which hasn’t been floated in his direction for probably close to fifteen years. From his Def Jam debut album, Reasonable Doubt, to his latest effort, Kingdom Come, there is one undisputable claim loyal (and knowledgeable) hip-hop fans can make: Sean Carter is among the elite. Look for the video to make its premiere over the next few weeks with direction from Hollywood ace F. Gary Gray.
Written by DJ Z on 10/6/06
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