After the success of The Blueprint 3, Jay teamed with Ye to release Watch the Throne a collaborative album that signaled a change in both artists career. Both rappers are bigger than the genre they’re in, and they’re joint venture displayed it by selling over 400,000 in its first week without leaking online first. There's nothing left for Jay-Z to rap about. Girls, clothes, money, cars, himself, Jay has rapped it all. All that's left is his existential view of the hip hop game, and now that Yeezy has released his follow up from the Throne, Hov is gearing up to release his follow up, Magna Carta Holy Grail.
Being the businessman that he is Jay signed a deal to release the album early on Galaxy smartphones before its official release on July 4. He also managed to change the RIAA rules and the sales of MCHG to Samsung will be counted and the album with be certified platinum upon its release which is a first in any musical genre: A game changer indeed.