Dame Dash says he and Jay Z still have work they could do with Reasonable Doubt. 

“Oh shit @raquelmhorn just let me know it’s reasonable doubts 18th birthday…so glad we fought to own this 100 percent and it still creates income everyday… Its funny… Me and jay still own this together we might have to do a reasonable tour…maybe for the 20th anniversary…that way we could all make some money… I don’t see why he wouldn’t…might have to holla #freebiggs.”

Reasonable Doubt, Jay Z’s debut album, was released June 25, 1996. The album earned critical praise and has been called Jay Z’s greatest effort, by many, including Jay. 

In December 2013, Jay named it his best album and discussed his other projects. His list and commentary is below: 

“1. Reasonable Doubt (Classic) 
2. The Blueprint (Classic) 
3. The Black Album (Classic) 
4. Vol. 2 (Classic) 
5. American Gangster (4 1/2, cohesive) 
6. Magna Carta (Fuckwit, Tom Ford, Oceans, Beach, On the Run, Grail) 
7. Vol. 1 (Sunshine kills this album…fuck… Streets, Where I’m from, You Must Love Me…) 
8. BP3 (Sorry critics, it’s good. Empire (Gave Frank a run for his money)) 
9. Dynasty (Intro alone…) 
10. Vol. 3 (Pimp C verse alone… oh, So Ghetto) 
11. BP2 (Too many songs. Fucking Guru and Hip Hop, ha) 
12. Kingdom Come (First game back, don’t shoot me)”

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