Check out the entertainment mogul himself, Jay-Z, as he covers Source Magazine’s Special Collector’s Issue.
Coincidentally The Blueprint was released on September 11, 2001, certifying Jay-Z’s claim to the throne as the King of New York. “The new Source Magazine is honored to celebrate Jay-Z’s album “The Blueprint,” and those we lost in the 9/11 attacks. R.I.P. and much respect.”-L. Londell McMillan, prominent attorney and publisher of The Source.
Countless stories have been told over the years about the fateful day of September 11, 2001. In this issue, 11 MC’s including Eve, Fabolous, Lloyd Banks and Maino relive their memories upon learning the tragic and deadly news. The Source Magazine also takes a look at some of the most notable releases of 2001 and shines light on those albums that gave rap music its greatest fourth quarter ever including Ja Rule’s “Pain Is Love”, Ludacris’s “Word Of Mouf”, DMX’s “The Great Depression”, Nas’ “Stillmatic” and Busta Rhyme’s “Genesis,” who in that order landed the top 5 spots.
Also in this October issue, “Jersey Shore” star and G-Unit’s newest addition Pauly D talks about filming in Italy and 50 Cents business advise; Detroit’s underground sensation Danny Brown reveals all with the release of his free LP, “XXX”. Find out what fuels his creativity; Roc Nation’s rookie J. Cole discusses his debut album “Cole World: The Sideline Story” and why he is fine with being seen as indefinable; Photographer Jonathan Mannion sits down with “The Source” and shares his experience working with Jay-Z and shooting the cover art for The Blueprint album; Diplomats Capo, Jim Jones offers an update on the Diplomats Reunion album and gives his view on the King of New York debate.
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