Since beginning his 4:44 Tour in October, JAY-Z has captivated fans with his pristine catalog and reflective dialogue. As he continues to truck his way through the nation, on Tuesday night (Dec. 5), he instilled a heavy dose of nostalgia onto the hip-hop world when he reunited with his former collaborator Jaz-O in Chicago.
After his show at the United Center, JAY was spotted with Jaz and No I.D. backstage, as the three figures posed for a picture. In the early '90s, JAY and Jaz were a formidable tandem who partnered up on tracks such as "Hawaiian Sophie" and "The Originators." For Hov's 1996 debut album Reasonable Doubt, Jaz produced his hit-single "Ain't no N---a" featuring Foxy Brown. In the early 2000s, the two MCs were embroiled in a lyrical spat, exchanging barbs throughout the years with Hov taking aim on "Blueprint 2" and "December 4."