As Jay Z's legend grew, we found out more about Roc-A-Fella cofounder Kareem "Biggs" Burke, his "silent" partner and the guy some say is the actual blueprint behind Hov's swag.
The pop-up shop was an interactive experience that took everyone invited back into the past and right into New York City's D&D Studios, where Jay Z recorded Reasonable Doubt.
Twenty years ago, Jay-Z changed the landscape of hip hop with his debut album “Reasonable Doubt.” To commemorate and celebrate the historic occasion, TIDAL has put together a documentary commemorating the classic named Jaÿ-Z: RD20. The 36-minute black-and-white film features commentary from those who had a hand in making the seminal album including Memphis Bleek, Kareem “Biggs” […]
One of the more disturbing trends we noticed in 2010 was the staggering number of rappers who ended up in jail.
According to the New York Post Roc-A-Fella Records co-founder Kareem “Biggs” Burke was arrested along with 43 other people on Federal drug charges.