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Jay Z Ranks His Albums From Best To Worst [PHOTOS]

 

For his 44th birthday, it seems Jay Z wanted to stir the pot of controversy for Hip-Hop heads to debate over.

There hasn’t been any big celebration announcements nor special guests lined up for any upcoming Magna Carter shows. It seems like Shawn kept it mellow this year. Except of course, a drastic diet change.

But that’s where the power of the Internet comes in.

Jay Z took to his e-hub, Life+Times to give his personal opinion on how his discography ranks with one another. No one knows their kids like their parents and Hov’s thoughts are well-educated on the matter.

On the contrary, with nearly 100 million records sold, his discog isn’t exactly unknown to most rap fans. Meaning, his beliefs may not align with yours 100 percent.

Proceed on to the gallery to see Jigga’s commentary on the respective album’s placements (as well as our two shillings).

Feel free to agree or disagree in the comment section.


Photo: Amazon, Life+Times

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