With all of the hype surrounding Jay Z’s 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.