Jay Z's 'Scoreboard' Album Ranking: Twitter Critiques
It's hard to judge your own work—you’re often your worst critic. But that didn’t stop Jay Z from giving rap nerds a near coronary attack yesterday (Dec. 4, his birthday) by ranking his own albums via a simple snapshot on his site, Life and Times.
From 1996’s Reasonable Doubt to this year’s Magna Carta Holy Grail, it’s all there... except Watch the Throne. And we think most rap fans would agree with Hov that his top-3 are certified classics, but from there, well, it gets divisive. Click through to see how Twitter reacted to Jay Z’s subjective ranking.