Jay Z was named #1. The greatest New York MC of All Time. You may or may not agree but you have to admit the list is quite impressive. Check out the entire list below.
Time Out New York has named Jay-Z the greatest NYC hip hop artist.
The publication named the 50 greatest NYC hip hop artists and Jay won the honor
thanks to his "genre-bending collaboration" and for being the best at enduring
"the day-in, day-out shift of the modern rap era."
The site said that Jay filled the void left by The Notorious B.I.G.'s
death with albums like 1998 Vol 2. Hard Knock Life, 1999's Vol. 3 Life
And Times of S.Carter and 2001's The Blueprint.
Check out the top 10:
10. Run DMC
9. Grandmaster Flash/Melle Mel
8. A Tribe Called Quest
7. Sean Diddy Combs
5. Beastie Boys
4. Wu Tang Clan
3. Public Enemy
2. The Notorious B.I.G.
Let's face it...DOnal is looking kind of clownish lately. J Cole had nothing really nice to say about dude. Here's what he had to say abuot the Big D in New York Magazine:
J. Cole is not a big fan of Donald Trump. In an interview with
New York Magazine, when asked t o give his thoughts on the Donald, he
said, "I honestly think he's a clown, to tell you the truth. Clearly a smart guy
who made a lot of money, but his public image is clownish. I can't take him
When asked who was his favorite New Yorker living or dead, real or fictional,
he said, "Tupac. His attitude, energy, and passion is inspiring: He accomplished
more in 25 years than most other people do in a lifetime. "
JAY-Z HOPS ON KENDRICK LAMAR'S 'B*TCH DON'T KILL MY VIBE' REMIX:
Jay-Z has hopped on Kendrick Lamar's "B*tch Don't Kill My Vibe"
remix. The song is off of Kendrick's successful debut album good kid, m.A.A.D