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The album also contained the tracks "A Dream", featuring Faith Evans and the late The Notorious B. Notable songs on the album included "What More Can I Say", "Dirt Off Your Shoulder", "Change Clothes", and "99 Problems".
The Black Album has sold more than 3 million copies in the US. Kelly and released a collaborative studio album, The Best of Both Worlds.
On November 25, 2003, Jay-Z held a concert—billed as a "retirement party" at Madison Square Garden in New York City, which would later be the focus of his film Fade to Black. Other performers included collaborators like the Roots (in the form of his backing band), Missy Elliott, Memphis Bleek, Beanie Siegel, Freeway, Mary J. While Jay-Z had attested to a retirement from making new studio albums, various side projects and appearances soon followed.
Blige, Beyoncé, Twista, Ghostface Killah, Foxy Brown, Pharrell Williams and R. Included in these were a greatest hits record, as well as the release and tour of Unfinished Business, the second collaborative album between Jay-Z and R. In 2004, Jay-Z collaborated with rock group Linkin Park, in which they released their collaborative remix EP Collision Course, which featured mashups of both artists' songs, as well as a concert DVD.
He has also had four number ones on the Billboard Hot 100, one ("Empire State of Mind") as lead artist.
In 2009, he was ranked the tenth-most successful artist of the 2000s by Billboard as well as the fifth top solo male artist and fourth top rapper behind Eminem, Nelly, and 50 Cent.
He is the former president of Def Jam Recordings, co-founder of Roc-A-Fella Records, and the founder of the entertainment company Roc Nation.
Kelly with special appearances by Voletta Wallace and Afeni Shakur, the mothers of The Notorious B. The album's only single, "Numb/Encore", went on to win a Grammy for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration, and was performed with Linkin Park live at the Grammys, with a special appearance by Paul Mc Cartney, who added verses from the song "Yesterday". Later in 2004, Jay-Z was named president of Def Jam Records, which led to Jay-Z, Dash and Biggs selling their remaining interests in Roc-A-Fella Records and Jay-Z taking control of both of the companies.
On October 27, 2005, Jay-Z headlined New York's Power 105.1 annual concert, Powerhouse.
The most significant development in this show was closure to the infamous hip hop rivalry between Jay-Z and Nas.