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"Kill Jay Z" samples the Alan Parson Project's 1977 soft-rock hit "Don't Let It Show," with Dave Townsend's skipping, stuttering voice repeating the words "They say I'm to blame" throughout the track. In one long, uninterrupted verse, Jay-Z zeroes in on several of the most significant conflicts in his life. He mentions the childhood incident in which he shot his own brother, memorialized in the 1997 track "You Must Love Me" and the 1999 stabbing of producer Lance "Un" Rivera that became his biggest scrape with the law as a celebrity.


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