Videodrone: Jay-Z Goes South

Feb 12th, 2007 // 2 Comments

This truncated version of Jay-Z’s “Minority Report”–one of the better tracks on the so-so yup-yuppie collection Kingdom Come–finds Hova lamenting the state of post-Katrina New Orleans, as well as his own inability to take action. It’s downbeat and self-reflective, meaning that even though MTV is co-presenting it, the clip will still probably only air at 3:15 a.m. every other Wednesday.

Jay-Z – “Minority Report” [Dailymotion.com, via Nah Right]

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  1. mickeyprecious

    Hmm, you don’t see Sean Penn “lamenting over his own inability to take action.” That’s right – because that maniac went down their personally and pulled people out of waterlogged houses.

    Jay-Z was too busy shopping for a new Ascot or signing a ghetto cred-less promo contract with the likes of Eileen Fisher or Playmobil.

  2. The HZA. [member of the zombie nation]

    Will I get arrested for piracy if I say I am glad I downloaded Kingdom Come instead of actually purchasing it?

    I mean, Jay chose this work to stand for what his retirement did for him? Terrible.

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