In My Lifetime, Vol. 1

In My Lifetime, Vol. 1

by Jay-Z
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In My Lifetime 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Jay-z the brooklyn B-Boy comes to us with an album that can be considered a funky street classic! The album is an excellent mix of 80's pop hooks and just some straight up soul as only jay-z can accomplish. The rhyming is also very quick clear and precisely crisp to say the least! Well in this jay-z's latest installment i tip my hat off to the fellow brooklyn native!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Although some view this disc as a failure follow-up to Reasonable Doubt, I think that this album was and should have been another hit for Mr. Shawn Carter. Nobody does it these days better than J-A-Y.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Jay-Z was one of the best rappers and still is but this is probably his best work ever.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This album is the weakest album Jay ever cam out with. Everybody say he the best but I really don't think so. He never came with complete albums but this one is the weakest so far.
Guest More than 1 year ago
young's in the building it's the boy the trend setter and all that. never can i hate on jay of all his great albums i'd probably say this is one of his less great but none the less it's still great and a must have. the intro is one of the best ever and songs like where im from are what create jay fans like myself. the only thing close to a short comming in this album is the fact that this was the time of puff daddy and mase shinny this and that so on a fer songs jay kinda switched it up to go along with that formula on sunshine(which is not jays flava)i know what girls like and who you with wich is a good song. but every other song is great and you must love me is deep and real a perfect way to end the cd. So if you happen to be so behind and dont have this cd go cop that like now.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Thsi is by far the best work Jay-Z has ever put out. With the deaths of Pac and Biggie he is the best lyricist of this era.