Just Blaze Tweets 3 Unheard Black Album Era Jay Z Songs

(Radio.com) Hip-hop producer Just Blaze gave his Twitter followers a nice treat late Tuesday night (Dec. 8). He tweeted he found three Jay Z songs from The Black Album era that had previously gone unheard by the public.

Once Blaze sent the tweet, fans begged and pleaded with him to post the songs, which he did, but quickly took them down again. The fans who were up in the middle of the night were treated to snippets of the three unreleased Jay Z and Pharrell demos.

They also heard a clip of Jay Z's "I Really Mean It" that featured the entire Dipset crew. Just Blaze even shared an alternate version of Kanye West's "Touch the Sky," which featured jazz musician Robert Glasper.

The songs were removed from Twitter and Instagram by 6:33 am. Just Blaze tweeted, "All IG videos are gone. Sorry! Night owls got the gems. Maybe some of them will end up somewhere soon!" The only video that remains on Just Blaze's social media is another version of Jay Z's "Early in the Morning." You can check that out here.

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