Jigga What? Jigga Who? Finally Jay-Z proves within all Reasonable Doubt that when it comes to choosing soundtracks, he is Brooklyn's Finest. Truly, you cannot knock his hustle. After being asked, as Executive Producer of NBA 2k13, to choose the soundtrack, he added six of his own songs. He has 99 problems, but picking up a royalty cheque won't be one. Looks like Jay-Z has found The Blueprint for success...
In all fairness, he has done a great job selecting the tracks. We have The Best of Both Worlds, with a nice selection of rap, with Who's World is This (the track he sampled in his own song Dead Presidents) and a heap of bands he sorta likes, such as Justice and Dirty Projectors.
Jay-Z -- he clearly has the potential to Change the Game with some of these choices.
The Hours -- Ali in the Jungle Too Short -- Blow the Whistle (Main) Eric B. and Rakim -- I Ain’t No Joke Phoenix -- 1901 JAY Z -- Pump it Up (Freestyle) Puff Daddy and the Family -- Victory (feat. Notorious B.I.G. & Busta Rhymes) Daft Punk -- Around The World (Radio Edit) Santigold -- Shove It (feat. Spank Rock) Kanye West -- Amazing JAY Z --Run This Town The Dirty Projectors -- Stillness is the Move Nas -- The World is Yours Coldplay -- Viva La Vida Roy Ayers -- We Live in Brooklyn, Baby Justice -- Stress JAY Z -- The Bounce Kanye West -- We Major (feat. Nas & Really Doe) Mobb Deep -- Shook Ones, Pt. II Meek Mill -- Ima Boss – Instrumental Kanye West -- Mercy (feat. Big Sean, Pusha T, and 2 Chainz) U2 -- Elevation JAY Z -- On To The Next One JAY Z -- Public Service Announcement JAY Z -- H.A.M. (Instrumental)
The Streets is Talking, and the Streets is Watching, but the Jigga man has done it his way. Some People Hate, but he has shown us how to create a soundtrack and it is Dope Man.