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Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Blueprint 3 Makes Quite An Impression

"The BluePrint 3" Jay-Z's 11th studio album, was released earlier than expected this week-- it was leaked online. However, we already know Jay-Z is going to debut at #1. Interestingly, most critics so far are giving the album poor reviews. Who knows what they're thinking?

Despite such harsh criticism,"The BluePrint 3" has guests for every genre from Rihanna to Alicia Keys for his R&B and POP fans, Kanye, Pharrell, & Young Jeezy for the Hip-Hop crowd, and newcomers to the game Drake and Kid Cudi as well.
To add to the creative gumbo that "The BluePrint 3" has to offer, Kanye West and Jay-Z executive produced the album.

In a chorus sung by Alicia Keys, "New York... where dreams are made of, there's nothing you can't do now that you're in new york, the streets will make you feel brand new, the lights will inspire you, lets hear it for New York" accompanies Jay-Z's story perfectly. His c
oming from nothing to become one of the biggest Hip-Hop stars of all time in "Empire State of Mind" word paints by metaphor every thought of Shawn Carter.

Although, we’ll never like this LP more than we liked Reasonable Doubt, The Blueprint 3 balances the sound of Jay's past with modern production tricks. Overall, Jay-Z is sounding hungrier than he has in years on the majority of the album. Undeniably with this album, Jay retains his throne as greatest living rapper. He’s one of the few rappers that actually has earned it.

his album aims to please the majority of his vast fan base. Most songs we're made to sound just as good live. He is in rehearsal for a major tour to support the album. In so many words, this album doesn't disappoint. There is a song for everyone on this album, stand out songs are his current smash ""Run This town", "Empire State of Mind" , "On The Next One" and "A Star Is Born".



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