And I'm back for more, New York's ambassador
Prime Minister, back to finish my business up
Jay has always seen himself as someone who brings the gritty realities of NYC’s street life, in particular his native Marcy projects, to a wide audience. As he rapped in 1999’s “Come and Get Me,”
I made it so you could say Marcy and it was all good
I didn’t cross over, I brought the suburbs to the hood
His fame increased year by year and so did the importance of his lyrics, from just a kid from the ghetto he turned into one of New York City’s ambassador and now he can be considered as important as a Prime Minister.
The Black Album, which contains this song, was supposed to mark Jay’s retirement from rap and it’d have marked the end of his career.
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