Jay Z and Jaz-O Put Aside the Past and Reunite at '4:44' Chicago Show
UNIONDALE, NY - DECEMBER 02: Jay-Z performs during his '4:44 Tour' at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum on December 2, 2017 in Uniondale, New York. (Photo by Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Roc Nation)
In what will go down as a special moment in hip hop, Jay Z and Jaz-O reunited at a 4:44 tour stop in Chicago after years of feuding. Hov and Jaz, who was Jay Z's mentor and the person that helped put Jay on, have been beefing for a very long time. Amazingly, that seems to be in the past now. A picture of Jay, Jaz, and No ID surfaced and all seems to be well with the world.
Fans were astounded and elated at the two coming together once again.
Anything is possible.
The two artists have collaborated multiple times in the past. Jaz produced the track "Ain't No Nigga" and was featured on "Bring It On" off Jay's debut album Reasonable Doubt. Jay was featured on Jaz's tracks "Hawaiian Sophie" and "The Originators."