Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality downloads of Fallin'/PSA/Party Life (FNJ-031), American Gangster/American Dreamin' (FNJ-030), Ignorant Shit (FNJ-029), King Kong Riddim (Flipout Speak Ya Clout Edit), Clipse Comin' Thru b/w Happy With Co.Kane (FNJ-026), SCENARIO REMIX (FLIPOUT EDITS), Castaways (Flipout Isley Edit), The FlipNJay Show: ATCQ EDIT PACK, and 7 more. , and , . Purchasable with gift card Buy Digital Discography $80.10 CAD or more (10% OFF) Send as Gift Share / Embed 1. Fallin' (Run DMC Edit) 04:13 buy track 2. PSA (Jay's Soulful Strut Remix) 02:46 buy track 3. Party Life (Beastie Boys Edit) 02:08 buy track about The Answer To The Question: What would Jay-Z sound like if he dropped in the late 80's Jay-Z \"Fallin'\" from the American Gangster soundtrack over Run DMC triumphant \"Run's House.\" On the b-side, Jay Swing takes Hov over Young Holt & Unlimited, iconic \"Soulful Strut\" giving PSA an entirely different vibe. And then the most unlikely of pairings, similar only in their song name, \"Party Life\" Jay-Z, over \"Fight For Your Right To Party\" by the Beastie Boys. This shit is not supposed to work but it's perfect, THE SECOND VERSE GOES HARD. CLASSIC!! $(\".tralbum-about\").last().bcTruncate(TruncateProfile.get(\"tralbum_about\"), \"more\", \"less\"); credits released October 7, 2022 Edits by Flipout and Jay SwingMix by KemoMastered by StuntmanPhotos by Timothy WhiteCover art by MikeceeAdditional Layout by RHEK $(\".tralbum-credits\").last().bcTruncate(TruncateProfile.get(\"tralbum_long\"), \"more\", \"less\"); license all rights reserved tags Tags djs hip hop hip-hop hip-hop/rap rap soul b-boy funk Vancouver Shopping cart total USD Check out about Flipout Vancouver, British Columbia
American Gangster was made available for digital download in its entirety, at Amazon.com, Roc-A-Fella's website, and Rhapsody on November 6, 2007. Jay-Z had the album removed from the iTunes Store, explaining that \"as movies are not sold scene by scene, this collection will not be sold as individual singles.\" It was eventually released to iTunes in 2011.
Jay-Z pulled American Gangster from the popular iTunes Store. Jay-Z stated \"as movies are not sold scene by scene, this collection will not be sold as individual singles.\" However, the album is available for digital download, in its entirety, at Rocafella.com, Amazon.com and Rhapsody.com. Those who pre-ordered and paid for the entire album from iTunes were still able to download it.
I have to big up long-time Chicago native No I.D. (Common, Ghostface, John Legend, Rhymefest) for producing the illest beats on the album (Fallin' and Success ft. Nas), because if it weren't for these tracks (and that other joint with Beanie Sigel), I'd probably still be listening to Britney's new album. Now that's gangster. 1e1e36bf2d