“Girl’s Best Friend” (1999): Jay-Z
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  • This whole diamond environment ordeal kind of gets boring after a while

    • by Stephen Filippelli

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      Jay-Z “Girl’s Best Friend” “Blue Streak” Motion Picture Soundtrack Roc-A-Fella Records

      “Girl’s Best Friend” is a single and music video off of the motion picture soundtrack for the Martin Lawrence-led crime/action/comedy film “Blue Streak” (1999). Is it me or does Jay-Z always get picked to record for some of the dumbest,

      stupid, and most asinine soundtracks ever known to man? “Blue Streak” (1999), “Sprung” (1997), and “The Nutty Professor” (1996). Darn, some messed up track record. “The Corruptor” (1999) and “Dead Presidents” (1995) are exceptions however.

      Jay-Z apparently has a fetish for songs with a childish sounding chorus too (”Hard Knock Life” ...

      • anyone?). The music video takes place within the diamond that Martin Lawrence nabs at the start of the “Blue Streak” movie. Basically Jay-Z raps and leads a crappy-looking bikini-clad group of female dancers inside the diamond. This whole diamond environment ordeal kind of gets boring after a while.

        Jigga Man is

        even joined by Martin Lawrence who cameos with his rotten-toothed and crack-headed act from the movie itself. Man, oh man, how low can one go? And why the heck do these types of movies always have the actor doing some kind of stupid dance which is always incorporated into the music video off of the soundtrack?

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