Jay-Z sits down with the executive editor of The New York Times , Dean Baquet for this insightful, therapeutic, frank and necessary interview discussing topics of race, conformity and Kanye to name a few. Wouldn't we all love to see the world through Jay-Z's eyes - through his music we can. He elaborates on some of the intricacies and controversial content present in his latest 4:44 album, that's nominated for eight Grammys by the way, in an in depth and reflective way. He's one of the greatest artist of all time not only for his music but for his deep understanding of "self," that ability to take a good look in the mirror acknowledging fault, imperfection and growth. A must see interview; check it out below.
Jia McMillan Shipley