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The Hits Collection Volume One (Deluxe Edition)

by Jay Z

The Hits Collection Volume One (Deluxe Edition) by Jay Z

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The Hits Collection Volume One (Deluxe Edition)

by Jay Z

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Label: Roc Nation / IDJ
With all that he's accomplished, Jay-Z deserves a box set, so a single disc of greatest hits is unavoidably reductive. Indeed, The Hits Collection omits his first two albums, his breakthrough single, "Ain't No N*gga," and only culls the title track from his quintuple-platinum Vol. 2... Hard Knock Life. Quibbles aside, this accurately represents Jay's dominance of mainstream rap and international nightclubs in the 2000s, from the booty-popping jams of "I Just Wanna Love U (Give It to Me)" and "Big Pimpin'" to the defiant "Dirt Off Your Shoulder" and "Run This Town."

About This Album

With all that he's accomplished, Jay-Z deserves a box set, so a single disc of greatest hits is unavoidably reductive. Indeed, The Hits Collection omits his first two albums, his breakthrough single, "Ain't No N*gga," and only culls the title track from his quintuple-platinum Vol. 2... Hard Knock Life. Quibbles aside, this accurately represents Jay's dominance of mainstream rap and international nightclubs in the 2000s, from the booty-popping jams of "I Just Wanna Love U (Give It to Me)" and "Big Pimpin'" to the defiant "Dirt Off Your Shoulder" and "Run This Town."

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Disc 2

About This Album

With all that he's accomplished, Jay-Z deserves a box set, so a single disc of greatest hits is unavoidably reductive. Indeed, The Hits Collection omits his first two albums, his breakthrough single, "Ain't No N*gga," and only culls the title track from his quintuple-platinum Vol. 2... Hard Knock Life. Quibbles aside, this accurately represents Jay's dominance of mainstream rap and international nightclubs in the 2000s, from the booty-popping jams of "I Just Wanna Love U (Give It to Me)" and "Big Pimpin'" to the defiant "Dirt Off Your Shoulder" and "Run This Town."