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#JayZ Covers #NewYorkMagazine Annual Yesteryear Issue

Posted by Andres Tardio on Thursday, April 24, 2014 Under: #HOODKNEWGLOBAL

Jay Z Covers New York Magazine's "Annual Yesteryear Issue"

posted March 24, 2014 at 2:05PM EDT | 16 comments

Jay Z Covers New York Magazine's "Annual Yesteryear Issue"

Rick Rubin says Jay Z is an "incredibly inspiring lyricist" and that Chris Rock had the idea for the chorus on "99 Problems."

Jay Z appears on New York Magazine's "The Annual Yesteryear Issue" in its "The Encyclopedia of New York Pop Music" article. 

New York Magazine posted the cover on Twitter with a link to the article on Vulture, which features Rick Rubin writing about Jay Z.  

"Jay Z asked me to work on a song with him," Rick Rubin writes in the article. "He was retiring, and he was making what he thought was his last album. He wanted one song from each of his favorite producers and asked if I would do it. That was my first Hip Hopsong since the early days, and that was '99 Problems.' It was really fun. He was incredibly inspiring as a lyricist. We worked on a lot of ideas, and then he honed in on the track that felt most exciting to him. Actually, Chris Rock had the idea for the chorus. It’s based on an Ice-T song called '99 Problems,' and he said, 'Ice-T has this song, and maybe there’s a way to flip it around and do a new version of that.' And I told Jay Z the idea and he liked it. The Ice-T song is about 'got 99 problems and a bitch ain’t one,' and then it’s a list of him talking about his girls and what a great pimp he is. And our idea was to use that same hook concept, and instead of it being about the girls that are not his problem, instead of being a bragging song, it’s more about the problems. Like this is about the other side of that story."

Diddy, Nicki Minaj and The Notorious B.I.G. are also among rappers featured in the article. The Jay Z cover is below.

Jay Z asked me to work on a song with him,” Rick Rubin writes in the article. “He was retiring, and he was making what he thought was his last album. He wanted one song from each of his favorite producers and asked if I would do it. That was my first Hip Hopsong since the early days, and that was ’99 Problems.’ It was really fun. He was incredibly inspiring as a lyricist. We worked on a lot of ideas, and then he honed in on the track that felt most exciting to him. Actually, Chris Rock had the idea for the chorus. It’s based on an Ice-T song called ’99 Problems,’ and he said, ‘Ice-T has this song, and maybe there’s a way to flip it around and do a new version of that.’ And I told Jay Z the idea and he liked it. The Ice-T song is about ‘got 99 problems and a bitch ain’t one,’ and then it’s a list of him talking about his girls and what a great pimp he is. And our idea was to use that same hook concept, and instead of it being about the girls that are not his problem, instead of being a bragging song, it’s more about the problems. Like this is about the other side of that story. - See more at: http://verbnyc.com/2014/03/jayz-covers-newyorkmagazine-annual-yesteryear-issue/#sthash.uHgomu9G.dpuf
The New York magazine presence it’s “YesterYear” issue featuring a 1997 picture of the Roc Nation CEO. In the interview who other would give the best interview but the old friend of Hip-Hop’s Rick Ruben.  Diddy, Nicki Minaj and The Notorious B.I.G. are also among rappers featured in the article. - See more at: http://verbnyc.com/2014/03/jayz-covers-newyorkmagazine-annual-yesteryear-issue/#sthash.ql6YLYI5.dpuf
“Jay Z asked me to work on a song with him,” Rick Rubin writes in the article. “He was retiring, and he was making what he thought was his last album. He wanted one song from each of his favorite producers and asked if I would do it. That was my first Hip Hopsong since the early days, and that was ’99 Problems.’ It was really fun. He was incredibly inspiring as a lyricist. We worked on a lot of ideas, and then he honed in on the track that felt most exciting to him. Actually, Chris Rock had the idea for the chorus. It’s based on an Ice-T song called ’99 Problems,’ and he said, ‘Ice-T has this song, and maybe there’s a way to flip it around and do a new version of that.’ And I told Jay Z the idea and he liked it. The Ice-T song is about ‘got 99 problems and a bitch ain’t one,’ and then it’s a list of him talking about his girls and what a great pimp he is. And our idea was to use that same hook concept, and instead of it being about the girls that are not his problem, instead of being a bragging song, it’s more about the problems. Like this is about the other side of that story.” - See more at: http://verbnyc.com/2014/03/jayz-covers-newyorkmagazine-annual-yesteryear-issue/#sthash.uHgomu9G.dpuf
“Jay Z asked me to work on a song with him,” Rick Rubin writes in the article. “He was retiring, and he was making what he thought was his last album. He wanted one song from each of his favorite producers and asked if I would do it. That was my first Hip Hopsong since the early days, and that was ’99 Problems.’ It was really fun. He was incredibly inspiring as a lyricist. We worked on a lot of ideas, and then he honed in on the track that felt most exciting to him. Actually, Chris Rock had the idea for the chorus. It’s based on an Ice-T song called ’99 Problems,’ and he said, ‘Ice-T has this song, and maybe there’s a way to flip it around and do a new version of that.’ And I told Jay Z the idea and he liked it. The Ice-T song is about ‘got 99 problems and a bitch ain’t one,’ and then it’s a list of him talking about his girls and what a great pimp he is. And our idea was to use that same hook concept, and instead of it being about the girls that are not his problem, instead of being a bragging song, it’s more about the problems. Like this is about the other side of that story.” - See more at: http://verbnyc.com/2014/03/jayz-covers-newyorkmagazine-annual-yesteryear-issue/#sthash.uHgomu9G.dpuf
The New York magazine presence it’s “YesterYear” issue featuring a 1997 picture of the Roc Nation CEO. In the interview who other would give the best interview but the old friend of Hip-Hop’s Rick Ruben.  Diddy, Nicki Minaj and The Notorious B.I.G. are also among rappers featured in the article. - See more at: http://verbnyc.com/2014/03/jayz-covers-newyorkmagazine-annual-yesteryear-issue/#sthash.uHgomu9G.dpuf

Jay Z Covers New York Magazines Annual Yesteryear IssueThe New York magazine presence it’s “YesterYear” issue featuring a 1997 picture of the Roc Nation CEO. In the interview who other would give the best interview but the old friend of Hip-Hop’s Rick Ruben.  Diddy, Nicki Minaj and The Notorious B.I.G. are also among rappers featured in the article.

- See more at: http://verbnyc.com/2014/03/jayz-covers-newyorkmagazine-annual-yesteryear-issue/#sthash.uHgomu9G.dpuf

Jay Z Covers New York Magazines Annual Yesteryear IssueThe New York magazine presence it’s “YesterYear” issue featuring a 1997 picture of the Roc Nation CEO. In the interview who other would give the best interview but the old friend of Hip-Hop’s Rick Ruben.  Diddy, Nicki Minaj and The Notorious B.I.G. are also among rappers featured in the article.

- See more at: http://verbnyc.com/2014/03/jayz-covers-newyorkmagazine-annual-yesteryear-issue/#sthash.uHgomu9G.dpuf

Jay Z Covers New York Magazines Annual Yesteryear IssueThe New York magazine presence it’s “YesterYear” issue featuring a 1997 picture of the Roc Nation CEO. In the interview who other would give the best interview but the old friend of Hip-Hop’s Rick Ruben.  Diddy, Nicki Minaj and The Notorious B.I.G. are also among rappers featured in the article.

- See more at: http://verbnyc.com/2014/03/jayz-covers-newyorkmagazine-annual-yesteryear-issue/#sthash.uHgomu9G.dpuf

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