It is a well-known fact that before Jay-Z became one of the top rappers on most people’s list of favorites, he was a drug dealer. He lent his voice and some of his greater knowledge about that hustle to a New York times op-ed piece in a four minute long narration about the United States’ war on drugs, which has incarcerated millions of people unfairly since the 70s.
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