The Dynasty: Roc La Familia 2000 (CD) ~ Jay-Z (Artist) Cover Art

The Dynasty: Roc La Familia 2000

By: Jay Z

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DISC 1 for The Dynasty: Roc La Familia 2000 Album By Jay Z iTunes CD Universe
1   Intro [Explicit] Buy Buy  
2   Change The Game [Explicit] Buy Buy  
3   I Just Wanna Love U (Give It 2 Me) [Explicit] Buy Buy  
4   Streets Is Talking [Explicit] Buy Buy  
5   This Can't Be Life [Explicit] Buy Buy  
6   Get Your Mind Right Mami [Explicit] Buy Buy  
7   Stick 2 The Script [Explicit] Buy Buy  
8   You, Me, Him And Her [Explicit] Buy Buy  
9   Guilty Until Proven Innocent [Explicit] Buy Buy  
10   Parking Lot Pimpin' [Explicit] Buy Buy  
11   Holla [Explicit] Buy Buy  
12   1-900-Hustler [Explicit] Buy Buy  
13   The R O C [Explicit] Buy Buy  
14   Soon You'll Understand [Explicit] Buy Buy  
15   Squeeze First [Explicit] Buy Buy  
16   Where Have You Been [Explicit] Buy Buy  

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Here's a little something to tide you over until Jay-Z decides to come correct. Then again, Roc-A-Fella Records could release Sean Carter Sings MC Hammer's Greatest Hits and watch it ship platinum. So, it really doesn't matter if Dynasty seems to be a rather half-hearted effort from the man who many consider to be the best rapper this side of Rakim. Although presented as a solo album, Dynasty showcases the Roc-A-Family, giving extensive mic time to Beanie Sigel and Memphis Bleek, who gets a whole track (the Ja Rule-esque "Holla") to himself. Amil, whose own solo album, All Money Is Legal failed to reveal her inner queen, turns up to rhyme the hook on the posse cut, "You, Me, Him & Her." Jay-Z keeps his flow fairly straightforward here, and the beats neatly reflect his icy, relatively soulless lyrics. But of course, as the man himself has said, you "can't knock the hustle." --Rebecca Levine

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