Worst To Best: Every JAY-Z Album, Ranked
JAY-Z has changed the game once again! Following the second night of the "On The Run II "tour in London on June 16, JAY-Z and Beyoncé shocked fans by announcing the release of their new album; Everything is Love. The joint album between Hov and his wife, Bey is his fifth collaboration album; previously he released joint projects with Linkin Park, R. Kelly, and Kanye West.
Everything is Love features production from Pharrell, Mike Dean, Boi-1da, Cool & Dre Hov, Bey and more. So far the only music video that has been released is "APESH*T."
From Reasonable Doubt to The Black Album, Jay has delivered some truly classic LPs over the course of a 20+ year career. Of course, that doesn't mean everything he ever put his name on was gold. But the beauty of longevity is following the ups and downs—everybody is hit and miss. The intriguing thing about Jay's discography is even his "misses" are relatively interesting, but his best stuff is what truly cements his status as one of the greatest of all time.
Thanks to this new album in his discography, we've updated our look at the discography of Shawn Carter. He's been telling us about his life and times for a generation. And it's obvious we still can't get enough of listening.
Watch The Carters' Video for "APES**T"
Watch JAY-Z's Video for "The Story of O.J.":
Watch JAY-Z's Video for "Moonlight":