I can see what you are talking about, and what you are saying is true, but you cannot be sure about the truth.
Truth is a funny thing. For example, people say something that is true of course. However, once you start to doubt the truth of that thing, then you can start to see that it is not true at all, because you have started to doubt everything because you have begun to doubt absolutely everything. When a person begins to doubt the truth of a thing, they begin doubting their own self.
This is particularly the case when it comes to the truth of Jay Z. For instance, he has been accused of being the person who put the “rap” on Kanye West, and of lying to the world about his involvement in the incident. However, the reality is that both Kanye and Jay Z were not involved in the rap incident. Rather, the rappers were trying to get the rappers who were involved in the rap incident to release the rap over their own music.
The thing is, like any other story, the people who wrote the lyrics to the song would be more than happy to listen to your lyrics and see what you wrote. It’s like, “Hey, I know what’s going on.
The thing is, Jay Z and Kanye never directly participated in the rap incident, but rather they just wanted to get rappers, including Jay Z, to release the rap over their own music. There is no evidence to suggest that Jay Z or Kanye were responsible. It was not intentional, nor was it accidental.
Jay Z and Kanye both don’t have their own music, and rappers make up songs for all the things they don’t have the time or energy for. In addition, many of the rappers that started out as rap groups after Jay Z and Kanye’s group Roc-A-Fella released their first albums, like Young Jeezy and B.G., were already performing solo material.
You get the point. We can’t help but wonder how much of Jay Z’s or Kanye’s music is based on the lyrics they wrote. Does Jay Z or Kanye take that from their lyrics? What would Jay Z and Kanye think about the video for “U Dis?!”? We have no idea. But we know Jay Z and Kanye have no problem writing about their own musical influences.
To be fair, Jay-Z seems to be pretty self aware of his influences. He seems to have a lot of respect for Big Daddy Kane, whose lyrics he apparently still quotes in the video for “No More Tears”. And then again, maybe Jay Z just doesn’t realize the importance of his work.
And this might be the most self-aware bit of the video: Jay Z is also quoted saying, “I have a bad habit of listening to the song ‘I just want to be with you’ on repeat.