Jay Z Responds To Quest Love’s Take On His “In My Lifetime



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When -Z makes an look on social media, Hip Hop followers concentrate. On Sunday (January 16), a dialogue emerged on . concerning Hov’s 1997 sophomore album, In My Vol. 1.

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48 thoughts on “Jay Z Responds To Quest Love’s Take On His “In My Lifetime

  1. Underground Legacy says:

    The problem with SUNSHINE was the video not the song. The only wack song on Vol 1 was I KNOW WHAT GIRLS LIKE and not because of the lyrics, It was wack because of the beat. All the other songs on Vol. 1 are fire.

  2. Diane V says:

    Imaginary Player is my favorite off that album. Blueprint or The Black Album is my favorite Hov album. But make no mistake that any Hov album is better than that overrated Reasonable Doubt bs. Go ahead puppets and claim that Reasonable Doubt is classic. Claim that Eminem, Biggie, and other overrated motherf&^^% are top 5 or 10. Claim that Nas's bs illmatic is classic. GTFOHSB!!!!!!! AZ's Doe or Die is classic. That should be mentioned instead of bs Illmatic, vs reasonable doubt, etc. Other classic rap albums are Me Against The World, The Infamous, Enter The Wu, Death Certificate, Amerikkka's Most Wanted, Kizz My Black A(*(, The Diary, Efil4zaggin, Music To Driveby, 2nd II None, Southernplayalistic…, E1999 Eternal, Adrenaline Rush, Capital Punishment, It's Dark & hell Is Hot, Enta Da Stage, The Chronic, Livin' Like Hustlas, Graduation, Skanless, N Gatz We Truss, Doggystyle, 21 & Over, 93 Till Infinity, Mama Said Knock You Out, Illadelph Halflife, Eyes On This, Dare Iz A Darkside….way too many to list. BTFW, f^%^% that report card. He doesnt have Scarface anywhere on that list

  3. peace_of_mind says:

    Idk why jay-z talks so down on vol.1. Vol.3 was jay z worst album. Idc if it had hits. That album is bad!

  4. Melvin HHCP says:

    Vol. 1 failed because it sounded like a Bad Boy album. Jay tried to ride the Life After Death/No Way Out wave & it didn't work out. Just Blaze, Tim, and Swizz helped him figure it out on Vol. 2 though. Also, JD with Money Ain't A Thang from Life In 1472, before Vol. 2 dropped.

  5. Uncle Charles says:

    "sunshine" as a stand alone song was actually dope i think it gets slack cuz of the video and u can tell it was a reach. like quest said it has some great moments for sure… Imaginary Players, Friend or Foe 98, Rap Game Grack Game, Where Im From, Real Niggaz wit Too Short to mention You Must Love Me Streets is Watching and the Intro. ppl focus on "Sunshine" "I Know What Girls Like" and "You Belong to The City" because u could tell he was reaching for crossover success with those records but u cant blame him because those type of records were doing crazy numbers (thanks to Puff). Its not fair to descredit that album as a whole because the singles didn't go crazy

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