The 20th Anniversary of Jay-Z’s debut album, Reasonable Doubt, has prompted many discussions regarding it’s impact and why it is considered a classic. However, Bruce and Vida take a different approach. The RisR Squad dissects the conversation regarding whether or not an album that details the lifestyle, circumstances, and mentality of a drug dealer can be considered “conscious rap” and the public policies of Ronald Reagan that spurred the era of the time it was released. No other conversation has been had like it!
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