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Jay-Z Been A Billionaire Too Long | Breakdown

Jay-Z dropped an incredible verse on DJ Khaled’s “GOD DID.” Then dropped the ball while breaking down his brilliance.

Young Guru “GOD DID” breakdown: https://youtu.be/NEadoEGgcHk

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Justin Hunte is a music and culture critic and curator. During his career he served as Director of Content & Strategic Marketing for EMPIRE as well as Editor-in-Chief of HipHopDX. Hunte is the architect behind DX’s video platform and creator of popular series, DXBreakdown. Along with championing Ambrosia For Head’s video strategy, Hunte is also a weekly contributor to Shade45’s All Out Show on SiriusXM and has been featured on Revolt TV’s “Revolt Live,” Cheddar’s “Cheddar Music,” as well as in Billboard magazine.

In 2017 Justin Hunte moderated the Recording Academy’s panel on The Health Of Hip Hop which featured Dr. Reef Karim, psychiatrist and human behavior expert; Shanti Das, urban music executive and founder of Silence the Shame; GRAMMY nominees Vic Mensa and Charlie Wilson, and five-time GRAMMY winner Lalah Hathaway. Later that year, he participated in a debate at the prestigious Oxford Union on whether Kanye West is more relevant than William Shakespeare.

Hunte has been the centerpiece of digital campaigns for Lexus, Honda, Brisk, and Simple Mobile and has hosted concerts and panels nationwide.

A graduate of Wofford College, Hunte spent 5 years working in investment banking at Banc Of America/Merrill Lynch and has covered music, politics, and culture for numerous publications.

He is currently based in Los Angeles, California. Follow @TheCompanyMan on all socials.

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