Music, Rap, hip-hop and R&B
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Now the twins have arrived and he's apologized to Beyoncé, Jay-Z can finally hit the arena circuit behind his unusually confessional hip-hop opus, 4:44. This is a far more humbled (through still characteristically boastful) rap mogul than was showcased on his most recent post-retirement LP, Magna Carta Holy Grail. It won't all be mea cuplas and meditations on broken friendships though—expect Hova to demonstrate that he can still "Run This Town."

By: Gillian Glover

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