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"A FULL-FLEDGED CLASSIC",
"Ten number one albums in a row, who better than me? Jay-Z has done it again. Another classic masterpiece from a LEGEND, ICON and a GENIUS!!!! After the releases of 2 historical Blueprint albums. Jay-Z finally completes the Blueprint trilogy. With 11 stellar studio albums, 13 years, dozens of hits and untold millions of records sold, there's not much left to debate about Jay-Z. Shawn Corey Carter is the best rapper to ever grace a microphone (non-debatable issue); and he is still schooling the younger cats in the rap game. He has outlasted, outsold or outsmarted all the competition. He is undeniably the greatest of all time. He is 40 years old and he is still kicking all the young punks around. At this point you either like his music or you don't. So the only comparisons that can be made are to himself. Jay-Z always seems to amaze me, album after album. With nothing but the best production, this album is an incredible body of immaculate work. This legendary project is as diverse as any project he's put together when it comes to collaborations. Hands down! It is clearly the hottest album of the year!!!! Point blank period!!!! All the lame rappers that want to make dance songs, radio-friendly love songs, and auto tune music, go to sleep!!!!!!! It's been proven that if you follow Jay-Z's lead, you can be somebody in the rap world! I'm so glad that he made the classic street banger, "D.O.A", cause ever since T-pain and Kanye mastered the style, now everybody is trying to get a piece of the style. To me that is so whack, be yourself!!!! In closing, Jay has easily proven over and over that he is the best ever to do it, and will always be the best. Lil Wayne, Nas, and whoever else that claim they are great, have never made an album of this magnitude as far as production. "I was gonna kill a couple rappers, but they did to themselves, I was gonna kill a couple rappers; with the flow, but they did it with their sales". This album marked the ever- continuing evolution of Jay-Z. At the age 40, Jay is now proving that age ain't nothing but a number. Once again Jay's aim is to change the sound. Overall the project will stand the test of time and could be one of the hip-hop mogul's finest works to date. The Blueprint 3 continues this stretch and shows the longevity Jay-Z has staying fresh in the changing game of hip-hop. Nevertheless, The Blueprint 3 easily stands in its own right and takes its place among Jay-Z's classic albums.
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Initial post: Sep 22, 2009 5:50:32 PM PDT
wow do you work for jay-z or something, this album was decent at best and had no meaning, and then u say how much better he is than nas, have you listened to a single song from illmatic aka the greatest hip hop album of all time? Oh and the best album this year is coming December 15...L.A.S.E.R.S. from Lupe Fiasco which will be his third but is already better than Jay.
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