JAY-Z isn’t in the studio, but he hasn’t ruled out new music. The hip-hop star and mogul, 52, sat down with Kevin Hart on a new episode of Hart to Hart and discussed his future plans.
“What’s next? I’m not making music or planning an album “saying “I’ll never retire… Who am I to stop it? Whatever.” Continuing: “It may be interpreted differently. Is it an album? Possibly. I don’t know, so I won’t say.”
2017’s 4:44 was the rapper’s latest album. Later, he and Beyoncé released Everything Is Love and co-headlined On the Run II. In 2003, he famously announced his retirement with a party at Madison Square Garden. JAY-Z ended his retirement in 2006 with Kingdom Come, followed by American Gangster a year later.
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The star (born Shawn Carter) told Hart, 43, he was “terrible” at retirement but “just needed a break” “I was exhausted. I released albums in 1996, 1997, 1998.
Between soundtracks, other albums, Roc-A-Fella, and back-to-back tours, “remembers. “One day I woke up and thought, ‘I’m tired.’ Before 2000, I’d never taken a vacation. Lifelong. I was exhausted.”
JAY-Z has been busy with business ventures when not making music. Forbes named him hip-first hop’s billionaire in 2019, and he owns Roc Nation, Armand de Brignac champagne, and D’Ussé cognac.
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