The Aftermath: Is Jay-Z Too Old To Rap? Nicki And Kim Should Call It Quits

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Remember when a rapper was considered old if he or she was in their 30s? Well what does that say about Jay-Z who turned 42 this week? Watch the latest segment of The Aftermath to get Soren Baker and my commentary on the "Watch The Throne" rapper's age and place in the game.

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There is a particular hip-hop trend that The Aftermath would love see die off—the never ending Nicki Minaj and Lil Kim saga. We love a good hip-hop beef as much as the next rap fan, but the latest jabs from these ladies have failed to make an impact. Time to call it a wrap.

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Next, we have a couple quick mentions about Ludacris' website for kids, a new retail site from okayplayer, and Harvard's latest hip-hop guest speaker, Wu-Tang Clan member GZA.


40 Is The New 30 -- Jay-Z Turns 42
New Music Review
-- T-Pain: rEVOLVEr
Girl Fight
-- Nicki Minaj vs. Lil Kim Feud Continues
Daddys Little Girl
-- Ludacris And Daughter Launch Kids Website
-- okayplayer Website Opens Online Store
Master Of Ceremonies
-- Wu-Tang Clan Member GZA Speaks At Harvard