Thursday, July 06, 2017

Story of OJ Released on Vevo


No longer a Tidal exclusive Jay Z releases The Story of OJ to the masses on Vevo...


16 comments:

Anonymous said...

That's a cute picture of Jayz at the top...I wouldn't spend a dime on his music

Anonymous said...

So Jay basically really liked those 90's KMD albums and thought he'd make the same since these white kids never heard (except die hard Doom fans, they're basically 88% white anyway)

Anonymous said...

@2:21

Music is free dummy. That's like saying you wouldn't pay for air.

Anonymous said...

This song is too deep for some listeners. I'm not a big fan of his but I like this one. I hate the racist imagery, but I understand why it was used. Some of the rappers that got offended need to get over any degree of envy they may have of Jay and listen to the song.

Anonymous said...

@5:09 This is a gossip blog.

Maybe your heart is in the right place but when you tack on a Bible verse to elicit a "do this & get that" response you dilute the Word in the eyes of anyone who is not connected in Spirit. Also, according to Matthew 6:4 "That thine alms may be in secret: and thy Father which seeth in secret himself shall reward thee openly.(KJV)" but you clearly list the names and donations on your gofundme account. These inconsistencies and patterns of behavior confuse and ultimately drive away the uninitiated. And while we do need to collect money to help those in need, we also need to attract those who do not yet know they need with the united truth. I hope you can receive what I am saying and know I have no malicious intent.

Peace

Anonymous said...

Snitch was on it. Now my response looks Cray. Lol

Anonymous said...

2.27p I know plenty of people who still buy music and ya mama a dummy ya bastard

Anonymous said...

If folks want to spend their money on music well..it's their money so what

Anonymous said...

2:27p...people do pay for air...it's called the electric company smart butt lol

Anonymous said...

5:54 "ya mama a dummy ya bastard"

im crying X'D

Anonymous said...

I dont like Jay like that. But this track is good. It is really reflective on how the dominant group treats people of color and he dropped some 'jewels' on how blacks should take chances.

I assume that they still insert their agenda by burning of the cross. (Yes I peeped that). Other than that it was good.

My only suggestion is for people to invest small then when you really have the means u can go increase it.

Anonymous said...

barney's made a policy of racially profiling black shoppers and jay z stuck by barney's like white on rice with his ridiculously overpriced merchandise. im sorry but the shit jay z does and says just rings so hollow. ask belafonte.

Anonymous said...

Whether Jay-Z went against Barney's or not; "he's still a nigga"! #FACT

Anonymous said...

Love Belafonte - Civil Rights Movement = truly great men.

SPRINT PURCHASED A MILLION COPYS . said...

http://thephoenixmag.com/jay-zs-444-goes-platinum-breaks-record-help-sprint/


"After the news broke that JAY-Z’s 4:44 went Platinum in less than six days, many people wondered how that was possible when it was only available to stream on TIDAL. It turns out, Sprint — the company partnered up with TIDAL to push the album — bought 1 million downloads."

TO JAY AND HIS TROLLS said...

1:02 am Yes I agree, Jay Z is still a Nigga.

Just a month ago Jay Z was at a Hillary Clinton Fund raiser calling himself a Nigger in Paris on Stage in front of room full of wealthy white people-YUP STILL A NIGGA- STILL COONING

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