Ask a rap music fan to name Jay-Z’s best album and most of the time you’ll hear Reasonable Doubt. It makes sense – after all, it’s a great album and, more importantly, it’s Jigga’s first. Others will point to The Blueprint, undoubtedly a classic that features some of Jay’s most memorable songs. Still others will tell you it’s The Black Album, Jay’s supposed final album.

Maureen Sullivan
Wine and cigars: real street living. (Courtesy of Roc-A-Fella)

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