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Jay Z; superstar, business owner, trendsetter and now the first R&B rapper to become a billionaire.
From growing up in a Brooklyn housing project to becoming one of only a few entertainers to become a billionaire, it’s true that Jay Z’s story is an inspirational one.
In light of the latest Forbes revelation, we thought we would share some of our favourite Jay Z tunes to add to your workout playlist. Whether you’re hitting a PB or on the hunt for some new tunes to smash out a 5K run, these songs are guaranteed to get you motivated.
We’ve got 99 problems, but the gains ain’t one.
Released: 2004 | Album: The Black Album | BPM: 92
Show Me What You Got
Released: 2006 | Album: Kingdom Come | BPM: 106
Empire State Of Mind
Released: 2009 | Album: The Blueprint 3 | BPM: 174
Released: 2001 | Album: The Blueprint | BPM: 110
Dirt Off Your Shoulder
Released: 2004 | Album: The Black Album | BPM: 109
Roc Boys (And The Winner Is)
Released: 2007 | Album: American Gangster | BPM: 94
I Just Wanna Love U (Give It 2 Me)
Released: 2000 | Album: The Dynasty: Roc La Familia | BPM: 99
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