4:44 is the ultimate rich people rap album. Jay-Z comes forth on 4:44 and makes a handful of bold moves, such as apologizing to Beyonce for being a bad husband.
While most of Jay's best projects were from the earlier years of his career, such as Reasonable Doubt, Vol. 1, and The Blueprint, he has given us not only his best album with 4:44, but his most mature one too. Instead of detailing his experiences with hustling in the streets of Brooklyn, he is giving the listener advice on how to ... read more