Monday, May 16, 2005

They're Like The Drunk Uncle In Your Family

Despite being the most visible rapper alive, Jay-Z finds ways to reward his dedicated fanbase. If you took your time and effort to unearth that track that never graced a Jay-Z album, then you heard "Beware of the Boys." Ladies flock when you spin that "La La La" twelve inch on platters at house parties. And so, much like Jay snuck the perfectly corny 'Anything' on Beans' The Truth, he props up Memph's 534 with "Dear Summer."

Jay-Z: Dear Summer (MP3)


At 6:07 PM, Anonymous Rap Nerd #2 said...

'Anything' was dope the first time I heard it... when it was called 'Hard Knock Life'

Seriously though, I was diggin that track, the 'Oliver' sample is tight. Biggup the OG Artful Dodger. Corny yes, but cool.

At 5:09 PM, Blogger Kevduce said...

Despite the potential corn of both, I like HNL and Anything.


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