With all of the hype surrounding Jay-Z’s new album, Magna Carta Holy Grail, and the amazing production credits, it’s only right to highlight his collaborations with the one person who never lets him down – Skateboard P. Jay-Z and Pharrell have been frequent collaborators for over a decade now, and they have made endless hits with one another. It’s kind of like a Shaq and Kobe combination. It all started on Jay-Z’s album The Dynasty: Roc La Familia and it’s been history ever since. As a matter of fact, Pharrell has contributed to every Jay-Z album since, with the exception of The Blueprint.
Their latest collaboration, “BBC,” on Magna Carta Holy Grail inspired me to create this list. In my opinion, it’s the worst Jay-Z and Pharrell collaboration. Now before you get your trousers in a bunch, I’m not saying that the track is bad, but they’ve done better. I took the time to find every track from the two and narrowed it down to a list of 10. So, without further ado ladies and gentlemen, here are the ten best Jay-Z and Pharrell collaborations of all time.
P.S. The list is in no particular order.