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Jay - We Need Change album mp3

Jay  - We Need Change album mp3
We Need Change
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Theoretically, Jay-Z's album will be certified platinum on its July 4 release date under the updated rules. Kennedy says the 30-day rule "no longer makes sense," but it once served the purpose to give brick-and-mortar retailers time to return any unsold albums. She notes the updated albums sales requirements now align with the RIAA's rules for sales of singles: When we first created the Digital Single Award in 2004, we elected not to impose any 30-day rule because there are very few digital returns. com promotes this Samsung commercial and features a countdown to July 4. Samsung owners will get the album 72 hours before its wide release. We don't have any rules; everybody is trying to figure it out," Jay-Z says. That's why the Internet is like the Wild West, the Wild Wild West. We need to write the new rules. Image via JEWEL SAMAD/AFP/Getty Images.

Finally: JAY-Z and Beyoncé have released their collaborative album, Everything Is Love. Stream it here and below via Tidal. Bey and Jay also released a new music video for their track APESHIT and an additional single SALUD! that doesn’t appear on the project. Ricky Saiz directed the visual, which is set in the Louvre and features the couple posing among the art. Jay disses the Grammys on APESHIT, rapping, Tell the Grammys fuck that 0 for 8 shit

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I'm a gorilla in the fuckin' coupe Finna pull up in the zoo I'm like Chief Keef meet Rafiki-who been lyin' "King" to you? (woo) Pocket watchin' like kangaroos Tell these clowns we ain't amused 'Nana clips for that monkey business, 4-5 got change for you Motorcades when we came through Presidential with the. planes too One better get you with the residential Undefeated with the 'caine too I said no to the Super Bowl: you need me, I don't need you Every night we in the end zone, tell the NFL we in stadiums too Last night wa. .

Jay-Z’s ‘The Black Album’ Is Still the Perfect Sales Pitch. Fifteen years later, Jay-Z’s ‘The Black Album’ proves that the legendary rapper was better at marketing than he was at retiring. Jay’s eighth studio is a king’s tantrum masked as a moment of lionization. He asked if we wanted an encore, but before anyone can answer he places his name next to Michael Jordan and The Grateful Dead. His mom reminisces about his childhood on December 4th, while Jay reckons with his father’s death on 99 Problems. Even a song like Change Clothes serves a clear purpose, the trading of throwback jerseys for collared shirts seemingly a test to see how far Hov could push the grown and sexy shtick before it buckled under its own pompous weight


A We Need Change (Vocal Mix)
B We Need Change (Louis Benedetti Dub)


  • Keyboards – Selan Lerner*
  • Remix – Louis Benedetti