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    JAY-Z HAS SHOWED ME EXACTLY WHAT HE'S GOT..NOT A WHOLE LOT!!!!

    By L.T. Dinwiddie


    The return of super-rapper Jay-Z sparked both interest and ridicule over the past six months. Many fans felt that his return was both needed and necessary to bring the east back from southern rap dominance. However, even with the excitement of most from the hip-hop community, others felt this to be nothing more then the lyrical wonder's ego spiraling way out of control.

    When Sean Carter took over as President of Def-Jam he vowed to hang up the mic and trade in his jerseys and baggy jeans for a Brooks Brother's suit and a corner office with a view. So why did he decided to step back in the ring and "Rocky Baloboa" it one last time?

    One of Jay-Z's reason(s) for pulling a "Michael Jordon" in hip-hop, by releasing another studio album, was because he claimed that "hip-hop needed him". At first it seemed that we did. His first single "Show Me What You Got" sparked a downloading and radio waves frenzy. It entered the Billboard charts at number eight, but after the initial excitement wore off – it slowing started to trickle down the charts and is currently at number 13 after only eight weeks.

    Apparently hip-hop doesn't need Mr. Jigga man as much as he thought, because according to various album chart websites, Jay-Z has dropped a staggering 81% in CD sales pulling in an estimated 133,000 copies sold in his second week on Billboard. With such disappointing record sales from the top tier rapper it's abundantly clear that "H to the Izzo" is looking more like an "F to the Fizzzo" and is no longer the majestic leader in the rap game.

    Adding more fuel to the proverbial fire are recent remarks made by the, New Orleans Soldier, Lil Wayne towards Mr. Joe Camel when he told Complex magazine "I don't like what he's saying about how he had to come back because hip-hop's dead and we need him," Wayne said. "What the fuck do you mean? If anything it's reborn, so he's probably having a problem with that. You left on a good note, and all of the artists were saying, 'Yo, this is Jay's house. He's the best.' Now he comes back and still thinks it's his house. It's not your house anymore, and I'm better than you. I'm better than him, I'm 24 years old. ... I'm 13 years deep with five albums and 10 million records sold." As strong a words as they are, one has no choice but to thoroughly analyze the situation, and come to their obvious conconclusion.

    Though Kingdom Come was the biggest selling hip-hop album in 2006 there certainly was a desire to see Jay-Z shatter any doubt that he has fallen off. Though his lastest lyrical effort is not to be discounted. It seems that people were looking for him to tear the house down as opposed to just knocking down the door. The man should have stayed retired and remained a legend. I guess he's shown us all exactly what he's got…not a whole lot!

    1 Comments:

    Anonymous SOUTH STREETS DVD said...

    Check out Kay Slay response to the Wanye diss.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SZJwOuDDRZA

    8:21 PM  

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