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.
The heaviest yachting trip of the year.
The man in $5,000 suit is writing a song for a guy who doesn’t make than in five months. Come on!