Courtesy of: xclusivetrax.com via Hot 97
The above is a 2006 radio interview of rapper Jay-Z conducted by DJ Funkmaster Flex of Hot 97. During the interview, Jay-Z brings up a opinion that, perhaps, the hip-hop artist community would benefit from having a board of directors comprised of new artist, veterans, and "regular guys from the street."
Sign me up.
After vacillating over Jay's proposition, I'm fully behind it. The board would approve/disapprove certain moves being made by artists toward other artists based on the merits of both parties. In plain english, a bum like Jim Jones (no People's Temple)
Jim, stay in your lane.