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Jay Z The Blueprint 3 (2009) [DELUXE EDITION]: A Review of the Hip Hop Legend's Eleventh Album


Jay Z The Blueprint 3 (2009) [DELUXE EDITION]: A Review of the Hip Hop Legend's Eleventh Album




Jay Z is one of the most influential and successful rappers of all time, with a career spanning over three decades and 14 studio albums. His eleventh album, The Blueprint 3, released in 2009, was the third installment in his acclaimed Blueprint series, following The Blueprint (2001) and The Blueprint 2: The Gift & The Curse (2002).




Jay Z The Blueprint 3 (2009) [DELUXE EDITION]



The Blueprint 3 was Jay Z's first album under his own label, Roc Nation, and featured collaborations with some of the biggest names in music, such as Kanye West, Rihanna, Alicia Keys, Drake, Kid Cudi, Young Jeezy, J. Cole and Pharrell Williams. The album also showcased Jay Z's versatility and innovation as an artist, experimenting with different styles and sounds, from soulful anthems to futuristic bangers.


The album received generally positive reviews from critics and fans alike, who praised Jay Z's lyrical prowess, charisma and maturity. The album also broke several records, such as becoming Jay Z's ninth US number-one album, surpassing Elvis Presley's record of eight. The album also won six Grammy Awards out of ten nominations, including Best Rap Album and Best Rap Song for "Empire State of Mind".


The Blueprint 3 is a must-have for any hip hop lover, as it showcases Jay Z at his best, delivering classic tracks that will stand the test of time. The [DELUXE EDITION] of the album includes three bonus tracks: "Hate" featuring Kanye West, "Reminder" and "Young Forever" featuring Mr Hudson.


If you want to listen to Jay Z The Blueprint 3 (2009) [DELUXE EDITION], you can find it on Apple Music here or on Wikipedia here.


The Blueprint 3 consists of 15 tracks, each with its own theme and vibe. The album opens with "What We Talkin' About", a defiant statement of Jay Z's status and vision, featuring Australian singer Luke Steele. The track is followed by "Thank You", a smooth and confident track where Jay Z expresses his gratitude to his fans and his rivals. The third track, "D.O.A. (Death of Auto-Tune)", is a bold and aggressive track where Jay Z criticizes the overuse of auto-tune in hip hop and declares its demise. The track was produced by No I.D. and features a sample of "In the Space" by Janko Nilovic.


The fourth track, "Run This Town", is one of the most successful singles from the album, featuring Rihanna and Kanye West. The track is a triumphant anthem where Jay Z, Rihanna and Kanye West assert their dominance and influence in the music industry and beyond. The track was produced by Kanye West and No I.D. and features a sample of "Someday in Athens" by The 4 Levels of Existence. The fifth track, "Empire State of Mind", is another hit single from the album, featuring Alicia Keys. The track is a tribute to Jay Z's hometown of New York City, where he celebrates its culture, history and diversity. The track was produced by Al Shux and features a sample of "Love on a Two-Way Street" by The Moments.


The sixth track, "Real As It Gets", features Young Jeezy and is a hard-hitting track where Jay Z and Young Jeezy rap about their authenticity and hustle. The track was produced by The Inkredibles and features a sample of "I'm So Grateful" by Rebirth Brass Band. The seventh track, "On To The Next One", features Swizz Beatz and is a futuristic and energetic track where Jay Z raps about his constant innovation and progression. The track was produced by Swizz Beatz and features a sample of "D.A.N.C.E." by Justice.


The eighth track, "Off That", features Drake and is a catchy and upbeat track where Jay Z and Drake rap about their achievements and trends that they are off. The track was produced by Timbaland and J-Roc. The ninth track, "A Star Is Born", features J. Cole and is a motivational and inspirational track where Jay Z raps about his legacy and introduces J. Cole as his protÃgÃ. The track was produced by Kanye West and No I.D. and features a sample of "Touch Me" by Rui Da Silva.


The tenth track, "Venus vs. Mars", is a playful and witty track where Jay Z raps about the differences between him and his wife BeyoncÃ. The track was produced by Timbaland and Jerome \"J-Roc\" Harmon. The eleventh track, "Already Home", features Kid Cudi and is a confident and optimistic track where Jay Z raps about his comfort and success in his career and life. The track was produced by Kanye West. e0e6b7cb5c


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