Jay-Z: Unplugged is rapper Jay-Z's 2001 live album that contains some of his past songs with live instruments performed by the hip-hop band The Roots. It sold more than 600,000 copies. All songs were produced by Questlove, The Roots; "People Talking" produced by Ski. "Izzo (. Girls, Girls, Girls" – 4:41. Jigga What, Jigga Who" – 2:34.
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Listen to Jay-Z’s New Album ‘4:44′. On July 4, 2013, JAY-Z dropped Magna Carta Holy Grail, his 12th studio album. Frank Ocean, Damian Marley and Hov's mother Gloria Carter are featured on the album, but you'll hear Beyoncé vocals on "Family Feud" and The-Dream vocals on "Marcy M. Check out the samples used on the album right here. Plus, Jigga dropped a dark animated video for "The Story of .
Jay-Z decides to cool of and perform Girls, Girls, Girls which isn't really that great of a song, but Jay and the roots make it likeable, but against the other tracks, it's nothing special. Jay-Z feels that the crowd isn't as lively as they could be, so he plays Jigga What, Jigga Who tells the left side to say "Jigga What" and the Right side to say "Jigga Who" and Jay-Z gets the crowd really involved in the song, and performs great despite missing Jaz-O's awesome verse, you can tell Jay-Z.
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Jay-Z - Listen to Jay-Z on Deezer. He amended this to Jay-Z in homage to his mentor Jaz-O and the J/Z subway lines intersecting near his home. Although he was featured on Big Daddy Kane's album 'Daddy's Home', he was unable to get a record deal at this stage of his career. As a result he formed Roc-A-Fella Records with Damon Dash and Kareem Biggs and released his debut album 'Reasonable Doubt' in 1996
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|1||David Letterman Intro|
|3||Big Pimpin' (Live At The Source)|
|4||Party Life (Live)|
|6||Where I'm From (Live)|
|7||This Sh*t Right Here (Live Freestyle)|
|10||Ain't No N*gga (Live)|
|11||Hammerstein Ballroom Interlude (Live)|
|12||Roc Boys (Live)|
|13||Roc Boys (Remix)|
|14||Crazy In Love (Live)|
|17||American Dreamin' (Live)|
|18||Get Money (Live)|
|21||Bonnie & Clyde|
|22||Blue Magic (Live)|
|23||Lost Ones (Live)|
|24||I Know (Live)|
|25||And The Winner Is|
|26||That Sh*t You Love (Stackhouse Recordings Mix)|
|27||Success (9th Wonder Remix)|
|28||Clap Ya Hands (Stackhouse Recordings Mix)|
|29||Blue Magic (Green Lantern Remix)|
- Presenter – Stackhouse Recordings