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Media Questions Of The Week

Why did President Trump responds to Jay-Z’s criticism of his presidency but still hasn’t responded to Eminem’s ongoing complaints?


Will Recording Academy president Neil Portnow consider resigning in response to a letter from women executives in the music industry offended by his comment telling “women to step up?”

Is the TV show Martin about to be rebooted?


Jay-Z: Blue’s Freestyle Official Video

Jay-Z’s video for “Blue’s Freestyle” is a cute cartoon featuring Blue Ivy’s performance at a talent show. Beyonce, Blue’s twin siblings, and Jay-Z are animated figures. The quick show ends with Blue Ivy’s microphone on the floor.


Jay-Z: Family Feud Official Video Feat. Beyonce

Jay-Z’s video for “Family Feud” is another short film with a cast of stars. Beyonce, Blue Ivy, Michael B Jordan, Thandie Newton, Rashida Jones and more are in the video directed by Ava DuVernay and scored by Flying Lotus. Catholic League president Mike Donohue released a statement with his criticism of the clip. Jay-Z confesses to cheating, Beyonce appears as a spiritual official and a council of women discuss the future of America. It all takes place in a church and a murder is the catalyst for the ultimate storyline.


Jay-Z: Smile, Legacy & Marcy Me Official Videos

Jay-Z’s videos for “Smile,” “Legacy” and “Marcy Me” are short films with powerful stories. His mother’s coming-out story, the prison for profit system and the surveillance of poor people is addressed in the three clips. He’s leading at the Grammys with eight nominations including Album Of The Year.


Jay-Z On SNL

Jay-Z was the musical guest on Saturday Night Live and he performed “Bam” with Damian Marley and “4:44” solo. His appearance was highly anticipated because he had not been on the show in seven years. He wore a custom-made jersey for Colin Kaepernick. Jay-Z is also providing a private plane via his TIDAL X’s: Puerto Rico mission for Fat Joe to take supplies to the island that is is dire straits after Hurricane Maria. The plane will leave from New York City Friday, October 7th. Anyone who wishes to contribute additional items to the mission can do so at the Jacob Javits Center in New York City.