Jay-Z Explains How "Jay-Z Blue" Is About The "Paranoia Of Not Being A Good Dad"

Jay-Z Explains How "Jay-Z Blue" Is About The "Paranoia Of Not Being A Good Dad"

Jay-Z speaks on another track from his upcoming album.

Jay-Z has been pretty active in the promotion for his upcoming album Magna Carta Holy Grail, for which he revealed the features for yesterday. The Roc leader has been posting both lyrics, and short videos explaining each of the songs on the new project, through his "game-changing" Samsung app. In the newest edition, Jay speaks about "Jay-Z Blue", which deals with his hesitations about fatherhood.

"We still marvel at her," Jay explained of Blue Ivy. "It's most obvious on the song called 'Jay-Z Blue.' It deals with, you know, my pop left when I was young. So, he didn't teach me how to be a man nor how to raise a child or treat a woman. So, of course, my karma, the two things I need, I don't have. And I have a daughter."

"It's the paranoia of not being a good dad," said of the general premise of the song.

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