The Making Of Jay-Z’s Reasonable Doubt
One of my favorite hip-hop albums of all time, Reasonable Doubt. I know this documentary is a bit old, but I just love it when quality hip-hop documentaries come to fruition. Pretty much everyone that was involved with the making of Reasonable Doubt, made an appearance on it. Foxy Brown with her high-pitch voice came through to talk about the behind the scenes of recording “Ain’t No Nigga” when she was just a teenager. Irv Gotti rolled through and discussed the inner workings of creating “Can I Live?”. But my favorite moment was Memphis Bleek’s cheeseburger story. That and it was definitely fulfilling to see Memphis Bleek in the cut and just realizing how true-to-life Jay-Z’s “as long as I’m alive he’s a millionaire” line is. Memphis Bleek must’ve saved dude’s a life or something because he [Bleek] hit the lottery by winning the lifelong monetary backing of Jiggaman. But yeah, a great documentary to those who haven’t seen it.
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