(Video) Jay-Z Celebrates 20 Year Anniversary For ‘Reasonable Doubt’

Jay-Z and Roc-A-Fella Records co-founder Kareem “Biggs” Burke celebrate the 20th anniversary of Jay-Z’s classic debut album, Reasonable Doubt.

(Video) Biggs Tells Untold Story On “Reasonable Doubt” On Its 20th Anniversary

Today it makes 20 years since Jay Z’s classic album “Reasonable Doubt ” came out. 20 years later Co-folinder Kareem “Biggs” Blirke tells hes untold story behind the album

(Photo) A ‘Reasonable Doubt’ Pop-Up Shop Is Coming To Los Angeles

To commemorate the 20th anniversary of Hov’s classic debut album, Reasonable Doubt, he set to open a pop-up shop in LA – with a replica of Jay’s old apartment!

(Video) Whoa! Memphis Bleek Confirms Jay Z Ghostwrote For Him!??

In a recent interview with Vlad TV, Memphis Bleek discussed his relationship with Jay Z. After being asked about his breakthrough verse in Jay’s “Coming Of Age” from his classic Reasonable Doubt album, Bleek mentioned that it was actually Jay Z who wrote the verse. “No, he wrote it,” Bleek said. “He had it already written. That’s all Jay’s plan. Remember—Come on, I was 14, 15-years-old. You think [that] was my vision then? Yeah, I just read it and spit it myself. I don’t need a demo version. Come on, this is not ballet dancing. I know how to rhyme. All you gotta do is tell me what to say I’mma say it. So, that’s what it was. It just, you know, like I said it’s his album. It’s his record. He wanted it his way. And at the end of the day after that song went off I still had to do my thing.” See the interview after the jump.

(Photo) Should Dame Dash & Jay Z Partake In The “Reasonable Doubt” 20th Anniversary Tour – Or Nah?

June 25, 1996 – Reasonable Doubt was released. This year, the album turns 18, but Dame Dash is looking two years into time. With the passing of the anniversary, Dash is thinking that Jay Z and himself should partake in a 20th anniversary tour to celebrate the disc. Sounds good. Hit the jump for more.

(Video) The Man Responsible For Keeping Jay-Z Out Of Prison Backs Jay’s “Spending Money Since ’88” Lyric

Calvin “Klein” Baconte, whom you might remember if you think back to The Black Album where Jay-Z recounts the rush of almost getting arrested with Klein in the song “Allure” saying “I never felt more alive than riding shotgun, in Klein’s green 5, until the cops pulled guns,” is now backing Jay’s claim on “Dead Presidents II” where he says he was “still spending money from ’88.” Check out what Jay’s former accomplice had to say after the jump.

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