Let's hope Kevin Durant and Robinson Cano learn a lesson from Magna Carta Holy Grail, Jay-Z's latest CD.
Let's hope they notice that the CEO of Roc Nation Sports did not seek 16 or eight bars from King James, Black Mamba, Melo or Birdman. You also won't find CP3, The Truth or AK47 on any of Magna Carta's hooks. There are no beats from Captain Jack, Metta World Peace or Mr. Big Shot.
Nope. When Jay-Z makes an album, when he does anything involving the music career that made him rich and famous, he only works with the best and brightest from the music industry. Only the most accomplished and skilled need apply.
Let's hope Durant and Cano are paying attention, taking notes and analyzing their agent's brilliance.
They should not be surprised that Justin Timberlake's voice is the first you hear on Magna Carta. J.T. is the holy grail of pop music. Nor should they be surprised to learn that Beyonce, Rick Ross, Timbaland and Pharrell Williams worked on Magna Carta. They are the holy gra...