Moment Of Clarity

Album: The Black Album (2003)
  • After his 1996 album Reasonable Doubt, Jay-Z veered into a more mainstream sound with his sophomore album In My Lifetime Vol 1. On this song, he hints that the move was a good one financially, as he raps: "I dumbed down my audience and doubled my dollars." >>
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    Bertrand - Paris, France
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  • Goddyss from Detroit, MiEminem Does the hook for this song, he also helped with production.
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