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Jay-Z: Brooklyn (Go Hard) ft. Santogold (MP3)

Jay-Z: Brooklyn (Go Hard) ft. Santogold (MP3)

Jay-Z’s “Brooklyn (Go Hard)” from the Notorious soundtrack is propelled by a sample of Santogold’s “Shove It,” which features the titular phrase in the opening line of the song. Kanye produced the track, giving it a huge, cavernous sound, and Jay seems inspired an enlivened by the prospect of honoring Biggie through the cut. Santogold’s contribution is mostly limited to the beat, but she also drops by for some bars in the latter portion of the song.

 

The Notorious Soundtrack is due out on January 13, and the flick is due out on January 16. [Nahright]  

 

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The Branch Rickey reference is pretty cool by Jay-Z. Love the Santogold part that makes up the second half of the song.

/site_media/uploads/images/users/daba/me-bermudajpg.jpg Daba

jay is the best since pac do yo thing hommie

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Jay really seems to amaze me......especially since "retiring" lol......at least we have an MC that reps NY and sells records....

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i kind of love this track.

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Always a pleasure Hova! Can't wait to Blueprint 3.

lifemediafilms

The track is crazy and jay did what jay does and thats go hard

stephon

This is a pure display of legendary experience in the game. Jigga's flow is absolutely on point now, it fully matured as living proof of a long time in the game. Same as Busta Rhymes, Ludacris and Nas. Their latest deliverance is on another level that most cats in the industry are yet to reach.

Thando Vuzane

good beat weak lyrics

rm

this sht is tough I'm addicted to it I just wish Jay would've gone in once more. I might just be being greedy, but I feel like the Jigga man of yesteryear would have called a lyrical air strike in on this beat/concept. But fk it, I'll take it and I'll listen to it for breakfast lunch and dinner

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