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Tanch's Top 5 Favorite Jay Z Songs

At the moment, it’s Jay Z’s world and we’re living in it. His wife just gave birth to twins, his new album went platinum before he even released it and now he’s going on tour. Lucky for us, he’ll be bringing all that 4:44 heat to KeyArena on December 13th. I’m crazy excited about this because the...
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What's Your Favorite Track Off Jay-Z's "4:44"?

Jay Z’s new album is officially out! Wait… What do you mean you don’t have it yet? Go cop it! It’s well worth the 20 bucks, trust ya boy! The song with the most buzz so far is the title track, “4:44.” Jay himself says it’s one of the best songs he’s ever written. The significance of 4:44? He woke...
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LL Cool J

James Smith – better known as LL Cool J – has been a hip hop success since the mid-80s. LL’s music is diverse – from hard hitting rap like "Mama Said Knock You Out" to smooth R&B ballads like "Hey Lover" – which is why he’s often considered a hip hop pioneer. Along with his 13 studio albums, LL...
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Gwen Stefani

Gwen Stefani is a singer, writer and fashion designer, known best for leading the Grammy winning band No Doubt. In 2004, Stefani released her solo debut, earning her 5 Grammy nominations and multi-platinum status. She’s also credited as the first artist to sell one million downloads of her single "...
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Tupac Shakur

Despite his short career, Tupac Shakur is one of the best-selling music artists in the world, having sold over 75 million albums. Shakur got his start as a roadie and MC with Digital Underground, and eventually started his own projects. Tupac is known for themes of violence and hardships in his...
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R. Kelly

R. Kelly began performing in the late 80s, with his 1993 solo debut 12 Play bringing him to prominence in the R&B scene. Among his hit singles is "I Believe I Can Fly," which earned him 3 Grammys. Kelly has released 10 albums, selling over 50 million worldwide, leading Billboard to name him the...
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En Vogue

En Vogue formed in Oakland, CA, as a modern-day version of the female groups so popular in the 1960s. The result spawned one of the most successful and popular female groups of all time. The quartet’s second album, Funky Divas , debuted at #1 and featured hits like "My Love (You’re Never Gonna Get...
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Blackstreet

Blackstreet was founded in 1991 by producer Teddy Riley, who wanted a new group after the breakup of his group GUY. While they had success with early singles, it was 1996’s "No Diggity" that helped earn the group a #1 song and a Grammy. The album that featured "No Diggity" ended up going 4 times...
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Snoop Doggy Dogg

Calvin Cordozar Broadus, Jr., known by his stage names Snoop Doggy Dogg , Snoop Dogg, and more recently Snoop Lion, is a rapper, singer-songwriter, and actor who's sold over 30 million albums worldwide. Discovered by Dr. Dre in 1992, he collaborated on Dre’s debut The Chronic and released his debut...
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Bobby Brown

Bobby Brown found fame as part of the group New Edition, and found breakout success after he released his second solo album Don’t Be Cruel , which launched the singles "My Prerogative" and "Every Little Step." While his follow up albums were good, none matched the success of Don’t Be Cruel . Brown’...
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