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Throwback Tuesdays--Dead Presidents

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You know, I do agree with some of the readers who have been writing in saying that Jay-Z could have played a bunch of different tracks during his two night stint here in Miami that would have made the concerts better. I've got personal favorites that never game out but that's the way it goes. He's gotta satisfy all of his fans...and we all know a lot of his "fans" didn't come on board till well after Reasonable Doubt dropped.

But no "Dead Presidents." I dont' know how he missed that one.

So we're bringing it to you Throwback Tuesday style

-- Jonathan Cunningham

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