“Anything” (2000): Jay-Z
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  • All I know is the only thing that I would do anything for in this music video is the big, nice, and juicy denim-covered booty that comes in around 1

    • by Stephen Filippelli
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      Jay-Z “Anything” The Truth Roc-A-Fella Records

      “Anything” is a single and music video by Jay-Z that is found, not on his fourth album “Volume 3… The Life and Times of Shawn Carter”, but on Beanie Sigel’s 1999 album “The Truth”, but it does follow after Jay-Z’s previous music video “Do It Again (Put Ya Hands Up)”. Call


      it “Hard Knock Life 2″ if you will. Same type of ghetto hood music video, same time of stupid chorus sang by a little kid, except this time the sampled victim song of the day is from “Oliver!” with “I’d Do Anything”.

      The song and music video is basically about Jay-Z’s childhood and how he is so ...


      • thankful for all that she’s done for him and how he would do anything for her. All I know is the only thing that I would do anything for in this music video is the big, nice, and juicy denim-covered booty that comes in around 1:05 to 1:06 during the music video.

        However, it’s really all standard

        sentimental hood-rat crap above all else. Those project scenes have to be the most depressing crap I have ever laid eyes on. Why film bother filming it? Heck, Jay-Z, you might as well go back to making videos like “(Always Be My) Sunshine”, at least that was cheerful with all those friggin’ colors and big shiny suits all over the place.



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