In part two of his sit down with Life+Times, Jay-Z shares his views on respect and competition in the music industry, the Trayvon Martin ruling, his perspective on parenting and more.
You know what this is about...
The Miami-based group examines race relations -- or the lack of --in America.
Documentaries, legal troubles, and near-brushes with death are on the menu.
The power of the Internet helped create a powerful song on the duo's LP released Tuesday.
Sadly, Beanie Sigel and JAY Z aren't present.
As if "Charged Up" wasn't enough.