"When I successfully execute the plan for the Black Album 10 years after the Black Album, I'm only bigging up my husband." Mrs. Carter on a lost, never to be relesed track from the album "Beyonce". Lmao. But hey, Hov's probably happy that if he was going to be out done by anyone, at least, it was her. Blue Ivy winning at this parent shit, man.
Hahaaaaaa! I’m sure way back he offered to show her the blueprint to running this music shit. King & Queen.
“In no particular order; Scarface, Beanie Sigel, Eminem, Nas, Big, Pac, Ice Cube. Wow! That’s seven, I’m working. I’m somewhere in there! [laughs]”—Jay-Z answers the question "Who are the greatest MC’s of all time?", as asked by MTV in 2006.
Technically, Streets is Watching was the Beyonce Visual Album before Beyonce the solo star existed, so had he put out one for American Gangster he would've just been repeating himself. Wish he had done it.
Streets is Watching is a film set to Hov’s music, so I referenced Beyonce’s album for that reason. But you’re right! She probably stole his idea. Like how she stole the ‘Single Ladies’ dance from him.
“Don’t you dare disrespect Beyonce like that ever again in your entire life. You should know better than that. That’s just straight up disrespect. You can’t even go there.”—Rita Ora, responding to Power 105.1’s breakfast hosts when asked about the rumors of her having an affair with Jay Z.
Roc boys was a great song but at the end of the music video it said to be continued is it gon come bck?
Hov had plans to create a music video for every song on American Gangster, a concept similar to what Beyonce mastered with her latest project. But, like many things Hov starts, he cancelled it without warning. See: Black Book.