Jay Z To Celebrate Beyond All Reasonable Doubt
Posted on June 9, 2006 by Jamie Slaughter
To celebrate the 10 year anniversary of the landmark album from Jay Z, Reasonable Doubt, the rapper has decided to do a one off live performance of the entire album from start to finish.
The success of the album on its release has prompted Jay Z to remember that moment in time and feels obliged to honour its success and global recognition received from hip hop lovers worldwide.
June 25th was the definitive date of the first release, and the live performance will take place at New York City’s Radio City Music Hall. Tickets are due for sale today and due to the popularity and unique twist to this show, the tickets aren't expected to last for long.
The Def Jam president has not declared who will accompany him, but guests are likely to include the likes of Mary J Blige and Foxy Brown who attributed to the original release.
Reasonable Doubt remains a classic album and has thus far shifted over 1.4 million copies. With such a powerful album, this figure is sure to keep on rising in future years.