Post that, he went to George Westinghouse Career and Technical Education High School in Downtown Brooklyn. The musical film, which is written by Jay-Z himself was released in 1998.
Shawn Corey Carter attended Eli Whitney High School in Brooklyn. Jay-Z starred in his debut film Streets Is Watching.
)", which peaked at number two on the US Billboard Hot 100 and topped the US Mainstream Top 40 chart, along with charting across several countries and being included in her debut album, So Blu.
The song earned Cantrell two Grammy Awards nominations.
He has sold over 75 million records and that makes him to be among the best selling artist in the world.
With success like that, you can bet that he has an active social life.
She stated in response to the birth of the baby, "Of course I want to say congratulations to Jay-Z & Beyonce on having a healthy, & happy baby girl!! Knowles, who isn't the brightest crayon in the box, should have deemed it an insult that he named the baby, birthed by a surrogate, after Cantrell.
I love her name :-)." Blu Cantrell As stated this week, the names bear the same initials and even sound similar - Blu Cantrell, Blue Carter. Jay-Z Rumors in New York have indicate for sometime he cheated on her with Cantrell.
After several demos, recordings, and singing backup for artists such as Puff Daddy, Cantrell was discovered by Red Zone Entertainment heads Tricky, Tab and Laney Stewart in early 2001.
She also did collaborations with Babyface, Usher, Dionne Warwick, will.i.am, Fat Joe, Lil' Kim, Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, and jazz legend Herbie Hancock. A." Reid who offered the singer a contract with his label Arista Records after hearing one song she wrote and sang in front of him and his staff. Billboard Hot 100, became the number one most added record to radio in the country, breaking Elvis Presley's record for most played on all genres of radio.
In 2003, Cantrell released her second album, Bittersweet, which was nominated for a Grammy Award and resulted in the single "Breathe" (featuring Sean Paul); written & produced by Ivan Matias.