JAY-Z’s ‘The Blueprint’ Inducted into the National Recording Registry Today

JAY-Z’s The Blueprint Has Been Added to the Library of Congress.

CBS News recently announced that JAY-Z‘ classic 2001 album, The Blueprint, will be added to Library Of Congress under National Recording Registry. He’ll be joined by art from Cyndi Lauper, Dexter Gordon, and Cab Calloway as well as a speech from Robert F. Kennedy. Earlier this week the Library of Congress revealed the 25 audio recordings to be inducted into the Registry, “a compendium of sound recordings deemed representative of America’s artistic, cultural and historic treasures.”

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