Solace wrote:I agree, I love Reasonable Doubt and this is the obvious stand-out song. D'Evils, Regrets, and 22 Two's are also up there with some of my favourite Jay-Z songs.
Solace wrote:Feelin' It is fantastic, good choice. I think the only song on Reasonable Doubt I don't care for is Cashmere Thoughts; it never clicked with me I guess. It's a dope verse nonetheless when I sit through it during album playback but it's never been heavy on the replay value as a standalone song for me. Is RD your favourite Jay project?
Solace wrote:Admittedly I'm not much of a Jay fan. He has a pretty lengthy discography but it's all very solid from what I've heard (RD, TBA, AG, WTT, MCHG; I think they're all great). I used to listen to BP3 when it came out but I can't recall most of it at this point and it's been years since. Death of Autotune was crack. That being said, Reasonable Doubt is easily my favourite album of his. I'm thinking I should listen to The Blueprint sometime soon though.
Solace wrote:Real. His verses on Renegade were really great so if even half of the album is on par then it should live up to my expectations. Someone linked a fucking hilarious video of Jay-Z on the Letterman show, just felt like that's appropriate to bring up here. Seems like a funny motherfucker.
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