As you all have known, Jay-Z made his comeback last year with the album, "Kingdom Come." His 2006 return release was not accepted by many of his fans. I personally really did enjoy the album, it had some excellent songs, but after those songs, the rest were all but mediocre. His 2007 release was based off the movie, "American Gangster," which featured Russell Crowe and Denzel Washington. If you are an avid Jay-Z fan, and know about his past, you would know that while he has growing up on the streets, he had similar involvements that took place in the movie. I think that this could be as to why he wanted to base an album off of the movie. It is a fantastic movie, and I really loved it. Jay-Z's newest release, which was based off that movie, is a big turn around from his "Kingdom Come" release. If you haven't given Jay-Z's latest release a listen, you are missing out! In my opinion, this is right up there with "The Black Album," and "Reasonable Doubt." Check out Jay-Z's 2007 release, "American Gangster."

Track Listing:
"Intro" (N/A out of N/A)
"Pray" (8.7 out of 10)
"American Dreamin'" (8.6 out of 10)
"Hello Brooklyn 2.0 (Feat. Lil' Wayne)" (8.9 out of 10)
"No Hook" (8.5 out of 10)
"Roc Boys (And The Winner Is)..." (9.4 out of 10)
"Sweet" (8.97 out of 10)
"I Know (Feat. Pharrell)" (8.88 out of 10)
"Party Life" (8.2 out of 10)
"Ignorant Sh*t (Feat. Beanie Sigal)" (9 out of 10)
"Say Hello" (8 out of 10)
"Success (Feat. Nas)" (7.93 out of 10)
"Fallin'" (9.45 out of 10)
"Blue Magic (Feat. Pharrell)" (9.7 out of 10)
"American Gangster" (9.3 out of 10)

Music Videos:
"Blue Magic (Feat. Pharrell)" (9.7 out of 10)
"Roc Boys (And The Winner Is)..." (9.4 out of 10)

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