No Standing

Jay-Z: American Gangster (entire album)
From: American Gangster (Roc-A-Fella, Nov. 6, 2007)

Read: It Is What It Is by Elliott Wilson (YN) from his On and On: The Jigga Opinion relative S Dot’s take on:

  • First week album sales predictions
  • Curtis, Marshall and Andre
  • The best MC’s today (present company excluded)
  • Ann Jones’ baby boy
  • Foxy Brown
  • The rocks thrown at his Presidential throne
  • Failing to acquire the rights to rename the NJ Nets arena
  • The real Frank Lucas.

Also note It Is What It Is by Elliott Wilson (YN) from his The Making Of…: “Roc Boys” produced by: Sean “Puffy” Combs and The Hitmen (LV, Sean C, D-Dot, and Mario Winans) and the Uncontrollable Hustler’s Ambition entry.

+Rolling Stone: Jay-Z Returns to His Roots For “American Gangster” - Inspired New Album


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