Jay-z essays on hip hop's philosopher king

" Dear Mama " was released as the album's first single in February 1995, along with the track "Old School" as the B-side . [47] It would become the album's most successful single, topping the Hot Rap Singles chart and peaking at the ninth spot on the Billboard Hot 100 . [48] The single was certified platinum in July 1995, [49] and later placed at #51 on the year-end charts . The second single, " So Many Tears ", was released in June, four months after the first single. [50] The single would reach number six on the Hot Rap Singles chart, and number 44 on the Billboard Hot 100. [48] " Temptations ", released in August, was the third and final single from the album; [51] it would be the least successful of the three released, but still did fairly well on the charts, reaching number 68 on the Billboard Hot 100, number 35 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks , and number 13 on the Hot Rap Singles charts. [48]

Jay-z essays on hip hop's philosopher king

jay-z essays on hip hop's philosopher king

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