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When Jay-Z first made a series out of his best album, 2001's The Blueprint, it became a game of high expectations. The Blueprint of the first volume was Jay-Z as vital as he'd ever been, storming back to the hardcore after a few years of commercial success. The Blueprint²: The Gift & the Curse was a complete turn, a set of half-cocked crossovers, bloated to bursting with guest features that obscured his talents. The Blueprint 3 is somewhere between the two, closer to the vitality and energy of the original but not without the crossover bids and guest features of the latter (albeit much better this time). Kanye West is in the producer's chair for seven tracks, and it's clear he was reaching for the same energy level as the original Blueprint (which he produced). "What We Talkin' About" begins the album with a wave of surging, oppressive synth, while Jay-Z enumerates (with an intriguing lack of detail) what he's said and what's been said about him, ending with a nod not to the past but the future (and Barack Obama). West also produced the second, "Thank You," and while it starts with typical Jay-Hova brio, the last verse piles on the unrelenting criticism of unnamed rappers doomed to weak sales. Wilson, Composer Lyricist - Rihanna, Featured Artist - Jay-Z, Main Artist - Kanye West, Producer, Featured Artist, Composer Lyricist - Jeff Bhasker, Composer Lyricist - Gimel Keaton, Mixer, Recording Engineer, Studio Personnel - Marcos Tovar, Recording Engineer, Studio Personnel - R Fenty, Composer Lyricist - No-ID, Producer - Ali Alatas, Composer Lyricist ℗ 2009 S. 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The king of the crossovers here is "Empire State of Mind," a New York flag-waver with plenty of landmark name-dropping that turns into a great anthem with help on the chorus from Alicia Keys. Cole, Featured Artist - Jay-Z, Main Artist - Kanye West, Producer, Composer Lyricist - No ID, Producer - Jeff Bhasker, Keyboards, Associated Performer - Gimel "Young Guru" Keaton, Producer, Mixer, Recording Producer, Studio Personnel - Andrew Dawson, Producer, Recording Producer - Jermaine Cole, Composer Lyricist - Maurice Jordan, Composer Lyricist - Kenoe, Producer, Additional Producer - George Medoro, Composer Lyricist ℗ 2009 S. Shawn Carter, Composer Lyricist - Jerome Harmon, Composer Lyricist - Timbaland, Producer - Jay-Z, Main Artist - Gimel "Young Guru" Keaton, Producer, Recording Producer - Timothy Mosley, Composer Lyricist - Chris Godbey, Producer, Mixer, Recording Producer, Studio Personnel - Jerome "Jroc" Harmon, Producer ℗ 2009 S. 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Shawn Carter, Composer Lyricist - Jay-Z, Main Artist - Kanye West, Producer - Jeff Bhasker, Keyboards, Associated Performer - Gimel "Young Guru" Keaton, Recording Engineer, Mix Engineer, Studio Personnel - Andrew Dawson, Recording Engineer, Studio Personnel - Mr Hudson, Featured Artist ℗ 2009 S. When Jay-Z first made a series out of his best album, 2001's The Blueprint, it became a game of high expectations. The Blueprint 3 isn't a one-man tour de force like the first. Wilson, Composer Lyricist - Jay-Z, Main Artist - Gimel "Young Guru" Keaton, Mixer, Engineer, Studio Personnel - D. The Blueprint of the first volume was Jay-Z as vital as he'd ever been, storming back to the hardcore after a few years of commercial success. Jay is upstaged once or twice by his guests, and while the productions are stellar throughout -- Timbaland appears three times, and No I. gets multiple credits also -- it's clear there's less on Jay's mind this time. The Blueprint²: The Gift & the Curse was a complete turn, a set of half-cocked crossovers, bloated to bursting with guest features that obscured his talents. Not tuned out like on Kingdom Come, but more content with his dominance as a rap godfather in 2009. The Blueprint 3 is somewhere between the two, closer to the vitality and energy of the original but not without the crossover bids and guest features of the latter (albeit much better this time). © John Bush /Ti Vo Shawn Carter, Composer Lyricist - Ernest Wilson, Composer Lyricist - Kevin Randolph, Composer Lyricist - Jay-Z, Main Artist - Kanye West, Composer Lyricist - Jeff Bhasker, Keyboards, Associated Performer - Luke Steele, Producer, Recording Producer, Featured Artist - Gimel "Young Guru" Keaton, Producer, Mixer, Recording Producer, Studio Personnel - Andrew Dawson, Producer, Recording Producer - Frederic Mercier, Composer Lyricist - Dom Monteleone, Engineer, Studio Personnel ℗ 2009 S. 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There's plenty more lyrical violence to come, but most of the targets are much safer than they were eight years earlier. [Death of Auto-Tune]" that it's not "politically correct" to rail against one of the most reviled trends in pop music during the 2000s.) From there, he branches out with a calculating type of finesse, drawing in certain demographics via a roster of guests, from Young Jeezy (hardcore) to Drake (teens) to Kid Cudi (the backpacker crowd). (Jay doesn't sound very convincing when he claims in "D. The king of the crossovers here is "Empire State of Mind," a New York flag-waver with plenty of landmark name-dropping that turns into a great anthem with help on the chorus from Alicia Keys. The Blueprint 3 isn't a one-man tour de force like the first. Jay is upstaged once or twice by his guests, and while the productions are stellar throughout -- Timbaland appears three times, and No I. gets multiple credits also -- it's clear there's less on Jay's mind this time. Not tuned out like on Kingdom Come, but more content with his dominance as a rap godfather in 2009. © John Bush /Ti Vo Over the last twenty years, Kanye West has consistently changed the course of rap music and influenced his era’s pop scene like no other. Collaborating with Paul Mc Cartney, Rick Rubin, and Rihanna, he has both revitalized the careers of Jay-Z and Common and provided a platform for Kid Cudi and John Legend. Kanye West remains a major influence on artists such as Childish Gambino, Drake and The Weeknd. Cast yourself back to the career of an endlessly enigmatic artist. Twenty years ago, the French Touch invaded the clubs and radio stations all over the world, putting France high on the map of electronic music. Qobuz tells you the story of 10 records which have left their mark on this golden era of French producers. Over the course of their tumultuous 15-year relationship the two stars have become the first royal couple in the young history of Rap and modern R&B. 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"What We Talkin' About" begins the album with a wave of surging, oppressive synth, while Jay-Z enumerates (with an intriguing lack of detail) what he's said and what's been said about him, ending with a nod not to the past but the future (and Barack Obama). West also produced the second, "Thank You," and while it starts with typical Jay-Hova brio, the last verse piles on the unrelenting criticism of unnamed rappers doomed to weak sales. Wilson, Composer Lyricist - Rihanna, Featured Artist - Jay-Z, Main Artist - Kanye West, Producer, Featured Artist, Composer Lyricist - Jeff Bhasker, Composer Lyricist - Gimel Keaton, Mixer, Recording Engineer, Studio Personnel - Marcos Tovar, Recording Engineer, Studio Personnel - R Fenty, Composer Lyricist - No-ID, Producer - Ali Alatas, Composer Lyricist ℗ 2009 S. 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The king of the crossovers here is "Empire State of Mind," a New York flag-waver with plenty of landmark name-dropping that turns into a great anthem with help on the chorus from Alicia Keys. Cole, Featured Artist - Jay-Z, Main Artist - Kanye West, Producer, Composer Lyricist - No ID, Producer - Jeff Bhasker, Keyboards, Associated Performer - Gimel "Young Guru" Keaton, Producer, Mixer, Recording Producer, Studio Personnel - Andrew Dawson, Producer, Recording Producer - Jermaine Cole, Composer Lyricist - Maurice Jordan, Composer Lyricist - Kenoe, Producer, Additional Producer - George Medoro, Composer Lyricist ℗ 2009 S. Shawn Carter, Composer Lyricist - Jerome Harmon, Composer Lyricist - Timbaland, Producer - Jay-Z, Main Artist - Gimel "Young Guru" Keaton, Producer, Recording Producer - Timothy Mosley, Composer Lyricist - Chris Godbey, Producer, Mixer, Recording Producer, Studio Personnel - Jerome "Jroc" Harmon, Producer ℗ 2009 S. 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Shawn Carter, Composer Lyricist - Jay-Z, Main Artist - Kanye West, Producer - Jeff Bhasker, Keyboards, Associated Performer - Gimel "Young Guru" Keaton, Recording Engineer, Mix Engineer, Studio Personnel - Andrew Dawson, Recording Engineer, Studio Personnel - Mr Hudson, Featured Artist ℗ 2009 S. When Jay-Z first made a series out of his best album, 2001's The Blueprint, it became a game of high expectations. The Blueprint 3 isn't a one-man tour de force like the first. Wilson, Composer Lyricist - Jay-Z, Main Artist - Gimel "Young Guru" Keaton, Mixer, Engineer, Studio Personnel - D. The Blueprint of the first volume was Jay-Z as vital as he'd ever been, storming back to the hardcore after a few years of commercial success. Jay is upstaged once or twice by his guests, and while the productions are stellar throughout -- Timbaland appears three times, and No I. gets multiple credits also -- it's clear there's less on Jay's mind this time. The Blueprint²: The Gift & the Curse was a complete turn, a set of half-cocked crossovers, bloated to bursting with guest features that obscured his talents. Not tuned out like on Kingdom Come, but more content with his dominance as a rap godfather in 2009. The Blueprint 3 is somewhere between the two, closer to the vitality and energy of the original but not without the crossover bids and guest features of the latter (albeit much better this time). © John Bush /Ti Vo Shawn Carter, Composer Lyricist - Ernest Wilson, Composer Lyricist - Kevin Randolph, Composer Lyricist - Jay-Z, Main Artist - Kanye West, Composer Lyricist - Jeff Bhasker, Keyboards, Associated Performer - Luke Steele, Producer, Recording Producer, Featured Artist - Gimel "Young Guru" Keaton, Producer, Mixer, Recording Producer, Studio Personnel - Andrew Dawson, Producer, Recording Producer - Frederic Mercier, Composer Lyricist - Dom Monteleone, Engineer, Studio Personnel ℗ 2009 S. Shawn Carter, Composer Lyricist - Ernest Wilson, Composer Lyricist - Marcos Valle, Composer Lyricist - Jay-Z, Main Artist - Kanye West, Producer, Composer Lyricist - No ID, Producer - Jeff Bhasker, Keyboards, Associated Performer - Gimel "Young Guru" Keaton, Producer, Mixer, Recording Producer, Studio Personnel - Andrew Dawson, Producer, Recording Producer ℗ 2009 S. Kanye West is in the producer's chair for seven tracks, and it's clear he was reaching for the same energy level as the original Blueprint (which he produced). "What We Talkin' About" begins the album with a wave of surging, oppressive synth, while Jay-Z enumerates (with an intriguing lack of detail) what he's said and what's been said about him, ending with a nod not to the past but the future (and Barack Obama). West also produced the second, "Thank You," and while it starts with typical Jay-Hova brio, the last verse piles on the unrelenting criticism of unnamed rappers doomed to weak sales. There's plenty more lyrical violence to come, but most of the targets are much safer than they were eight years earlier. [Death of Auto-Tune]" that it's not "politically correct" to rail against one of the most reviled trends in pop music during the 2000s.) From there, he branches out with a calculating type of finesse, drawing in certain demographics via a roster of guests, from Young Jeezy (hardcore) to Drake (teens) to Kid Cudi (the backpacker crowd). (Jay doesn't sound very convincing when he claims in "D. The king of the crossovers here is "Empire State of Mind," a New York flag-waver with plenty of landmark name-dropping that turns into a great anthem with help on the chorus from Alicia Keys. The Blueprint 3 isn't a one-man tour de force like the first. Jay is upstaged once or twice by his guests, and while the productions are stellar throughout -- Timbaland appears three times, and No I. gets multiple credits also -- it's clear there's less on Jay's mind this time. Not tuned out like on Kingdom Come, but more content with his dominance as a rap godfather in 2009. © John Bush /Ti Vo Over the last twenty years, Kanye West has consistently changed the course of rap music and influenced his era’s pop scene like no other. Collaborating with Paul Mc Cartney, Rick Rubin, and Rihanna, he has both revitalized the careers of Jay-Z and Common and provided a platform for Kid Cudi and John Legend. Kanye West remains a major influence on artists such as Childish Gambino, Drake and The Weeknd. Cast yourself back to the career of an endlessly enigmatic artist. Twenty years ago, the French Touch invaded the clubs and radio stations all over the world, putting France high on the map of electronic music. Qobuz tells you the story of 10 records which have left their mark on this golden era of French producers. Over the course of their tumultuous 15-year relationship the two stars have become the first royal couple in the young history of Rap and modern R&B. Between staging and disguised realism, the couple have created a musical soundtrack for their long-lasting love with many pitfalls and successes.

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