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Jay-Z, Offering Hip-Hop for Grownups

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Jay-Z, Offering Hip-Hop for Grownups

Jay-Z, Offering Hip-Hop for Grownups

Jay-Z, Offering Hip-Hop for Grownups

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Jay-Z's latest album, Kingdom Come may speak more to older listeners than to college students. Commentator and professor Mark Anthony Neal is an associate professor with the Department of African and African American Studies at Duke University.

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