A lousy Jay Z guest verse ruins an otherwise fine two-part closer.
After his brief pop flirtation, Drake gets back to swangin’ on this free-form “Nothing Was the Same” cut.
Kudos for the Canadian spelling of “behaviour,” anyway.
A too-long interlude that’s better as an encore to “Wu Tang Forever” than as its own track.
The album’s lead single sounds even better in context here.
A reflective comedown from the album’s intense intro, but look out for that mid-song switch-up.
Up first: The ambitious opener “Honeymoon Avenue.”
How many of these songs are about Justin Bieber?
What do we think of Jay-Z’s latest album?
Magna Carta Holy Grail comes to a thoughtful, reflective end.
Jay-Z reflects on his position at the head of Roc Nation.
Yes, Jay really did sample “Mommie Dearest.”
Twerk it, Miley.
Jay’s got righteous fury on his side.