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  • The film had a profound resonance on the musician, who decided to create a concept album, also entitled American Gangster.American Gangster (film)-Wikipedia
  • Jay-Z released his tenth album entitled American Gangster on November 6, 2007.Jay-Z-Wikipedia
  • In 2007, he was the focus of perhaps the most attention of his career for producing two songs from Jay-Z's album American Gangster.No I.D.-Wikipedia
  • Cole later expanded his production to create an entire CD's worth of instrumentals, and traveled to Roc the Mic Studio, hoping to play it for Jay Z while he was in recording sessions for American Gangster.J. Cole-Wikipedia
  • He has gone on to release twelve additional albums, including the acclaimed albums The Blueprint (2001), The Black Album (2003), American Gangster (2007), and 4:44 (2017).Jay-Z-Wikipedia
  • "Come Here", produced by Sean C and LV and featuring Miguel, has a 70s feel, something Kweli appreciated with the formers' contributions on Jay-Z's American Gangster.Prisoner of Conscious-Wikipedia

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