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Jay-Z documentary, BBC1 ON NOW!

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Imagine...Tue 28 Oct, 10:35 pm - 11:25 pm 50minsJay-Z: I Came, I Saw, I ConqueredAlan Yentob explores the life and work of the chart topping rapper and multi-millionaire business mogul Jay-Z.Over the last six months, Alan has accompanied Jay-Z through key moments in his career, including the media frenzy and build-up to his triumphant headline gig at Glastonbury. Jay-Z gives an exclusive insight into his world, with backstage access to his concerts in Los Angeles, Las Vegas and New York, where Alan rubs shoulders with the stars and meets some of Jay-Z's friends - including Chris Martin and P Diddy.Jay-Z's other passions extend beyond music, to modern art, architecture, politics, sports and fashion. He's listed along with his partner Beyonce Knowles as one of the most powerful celebrity couples in the world. Contains very strong language. Subtitles Stereo Widescreen Website: http://www.bbc.co.uk/imagine/
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This will be interesting because of the BBCs ability to make documentaries, not because of Jay Z (haha).
Joking aside, this is true. The only thing interesting (for me) about Jay-Z is his bank account. Other than that he's a pretty bog standard rapper.

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probelly be doped upi cringed at his apperance on jonathan rossbut around a week later a documentry came on again about jay z him in the early days had him and irv gotti talking about the first album filming dead prez on that i saw the real jay z dont think on jonathan ross he was comfortableso yeah i will be locked

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will be watching . maybe thru them mentiontioning his relship wiv dame...sas anf TF will get a mention... its a good look for sas. 08 is their yr...jus like obama.

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The white media's only f*ck*ng with Jigga, because he's relatively safe. He's an executive at Def Jam, performs to mainstream audiences, married to Beyonce and hasn't been involved in drugs or violence for a while. But they'll never make shows about Nas, Wu Tang Clan, Public Enemy, Krs-one, UGK (Bun B ), etc... too grimey/complex/difficult/scary.

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