Carter v. Carter: Lil Wayne and Jay-Z's Complicated History

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"Bring It Back"

Jay repeatedly boasted he was “the best rapper alive” on 2003’s The Black Album, which he had claimed would be his last. The following year, in this track on Wayne’s 2004 star-making Tha Carter, Weezy claimed the title for himself, but gave Jay-Z props at the same time, rhyming repeatedly, “I’m the best rapper alive, since the best rapper retired.”

(Photo: Cash Money Records)

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