David Letterman’s show My Next Guest Needs No Introduction recently had Jay-Z for a dope sit-down. Letterman still has his late night charm, making him so easy to converse with.
The conversation starts with Dave calling Jay-Z “the Picasso of music,” which Jay-Z humbly receives via his classic laugh. Dave also stated that Jay-Z was his twin, and when he was a child, he had a paper route (to which Jay-Z responded, “me too”), hence the name of the episode. Jay-Z opened up and talked about everything from selling crack at 16, Kanye West, his mom being a lesbian and cheating.
Check out My Next Guest Needs No Introduction on Netflix.
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