What More Can I Say
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|"What More Can I Say"|
|Song by Jay-Z|
|from the album The Black Album|
|Released||November 4, 2003|
"What More Can I Say" is a song from rap artist Jay-Z's studio album The Black Album. It was released as a street single simultaneously as the official single "Change Clothes". It premiered on Hot 97 on October 22, 2003 and was the first track from The Black Album to be heard by the public. The song includes additional vocals from Vincent "Hum V" Bostic and was produced by The Buchanans.
The intro has a sampled monologue by Russell Crowe from the film Gladiator, the song also samples "Something for Nothing" by MFSB from their self-titled album released in 1973. This sample prompted Jay-Z to quote a The Notorious B.I.G. lyric as he was featured on that song.
The rings and things you sing about, bring 'em out. It's hard to yell when the bar-rel's in your mouth.
The quote appears immediately after the song addresses accusations of Jay-Z stealing lyrics from The Notorious B.I.G. Busta Rhymes is mentioned in the song with Jay-Z stating that his isn't "animated, like say a, Busta Rhymes".
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