On this day, Jay-Z released his first debut album, Reasonable Doubt, which was released 22 years ago today. So many gems and classics on this album that no Hov fan could ever forget. With his record label, Roc-a-Fella Records that is going up, nobody can stop the businessman. This classic tale of the Brooklyn native that made everyone stop and listen in his late 20’s. “Girls Girls Girls” rapper has been going non stop by celebrating the start of something new with his debut album, which was a part of history that remains the legacy of him not caring.
“Ain’t No Nigga” was a hit and the album proved that it was on gold status when it was released. The album had special appearances by Memphis Bleek, Mary J., The Notorious B.I.G. along with others. With his hustler lifestyle and obsessions, this was the start of something we weren’t ready for the “Can’t Knock The Hustler” rapper. Peep a timeless track of “Can’t Knock the Hustle” featuring Mary. J. Blige below.
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