Somewhere between genius, we are not worthy and do no wrong lies Jay-Z’s 4.44 album. It’s introspective, no bangers. It’s not trap and the Millennials will pretend they get it. But where to start. It’s Jay-Z at his most exposed in years. The facade has finally been ripped away. The true Jay-Z has emerged. Kill Jay-Z is where he just breaks down Jay-Z from egging Solange on in the elevator to falling out with Kanye West. 4.44 is all about his relationship with Beyonce, cheating, still births, Beckys and destroying innocence (he got with Bey when he was about 35 and she only a sheltered 21). The Story of OJ deals with the condition of the black man in America. Check out the videos below.