That's a pretty high compliment.
In the footage, Jay-Z raps his verse from ‘Jigga What, Jigga Who’ on top of the ‘If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late’ Drake track, ‘Know Yourself’ while, as DJ Akademiks tweets, Drake was in attendance.
As Pitchfork report, Jay did contribute a small verse to the track ‘Pop Style’ from Drake’s 2016 album ‘Views’ but was cut from the version that ended up on the final album.
Watch Jay-Z perform over the Drake beat below.
Meanwhile, Jay-Z shared three new music videos last night.
The clips are for a trio of the rapper’s ‘4:44’ album tracks. ‘Legacy‘ stars Susan Sarandon, Ron Perlman and Jesse Williams. ‘Smile‘ features Jay’s mother Gloria Carter and ‘Marcy Me‘ depicts a police helicopter chase. All three are available now via Tidal.
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Jay-Z also recently wrote an op-ed for The New York Times criticising the sentence given to Meek Mill for violating his probation.
The rapper claims that “the criminal justice system stalks black people like Meek Mill”, Jay continues: “As of 2015, one-third of the 4.65 million Americans who were on some form of parole or probation were black. Black people are sent to prison for probation and parole violations at much higher rates than white people.”