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. Gato 008 says:

    volume 2 wz in trunk of my benz always bumppin 🖤🗯️😉🔉📻📻📻📻📻📻📻🎙️

  2. catheterchris says:

    Those premo songs on this album made me love Jay z. This had been my first jay z album in high school and is my favorite Jay z album

  3. Frank Dominguez says:

    Blueprint isn't just his best, it's one of the best albums of any genre 🤷‍♂️ I wasn't always a fan, but he deserves that respect. Vol 1 just didn't do it for me. Only liked half of Vol 2. Reasonable Doubt was ill. Blueprint 2 and Kingdom Come were trash. Magna was ehh. Black Album, American G & 4:44 were all really good albums.

  4. Tone Ionson says:

    ‘Vol 1’ ain’t got nothing on ‘it was written’ numbers mean squat diddle impact over income is what the big homie say back in the day

  5. What What says:

    Lucky Me is my favorite song from that album. City is Mine was a good song too and You Must Love Me was him definitely on his storytelling shtt.

  6. Eden The Remix says:

    Where I'm from was the soundtrack of that era. If you don't understand that song… You don't understand Generation X.

  7. Paul Adlai Dunn says:

    💯. I thought this for years. I didn't know ppl didn't feel this way. Easily his most introspective album until 44:4

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