Anniversary Albums: Edition Nineteen – Jay-Z "Reasonable Doubt" (1996)

This week on anniversary albums we take a look at the ultimate hustler record, Jay-Z’s “Reasonable Doubt”. Released in 1996, this was the Brooklyn rapper’s debut album and has gained a reputation as being the finest example of what is known as mafioso rap. 

Tracks Played 

– Dead Presidents II
– Feelin It 
– Coming Of Age featuring Memphis Bleek 
– D’Evils 

– Sam 
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