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The Return of the Magnificent


Download links and information about The Return of the Magnificent by DJ Jazzy Jeff. This album was released in 2007 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Soul, Rock genres. It contains 26 tracks with total duration of 01:27:45 minutes.

Artist: DJ Jazzy Jeff
Release date: 2007
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Soul, Rock
Tracks: 26
Duration: 01:27:45
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No. Title Length
1. Skit 1 1:47
2. Hip Hop (Featuring Twone Gabz) (featuring Twone Gabz) 4:27
3. Let Me Hear U Clap (Featuring Pos of de la Soul) (featuring Pos (Of De La Soul)) 3:06
4. Skit 2 0:11
5. Run That Back (Featuring Eshon Burgundy & Black Ice) (featuring Black Ice, Eshon Burgundy) 4:00
6. The Definition (Featuring Kel Spencer) (featuring Kel Spencer) 3:35
7. Skit 3 0:17
8. Touch Me Wit Ur Handz (Featuring Chinah Blac) (featuring Chinah Blac) 5:36
9. Skit 4 0:39
10. Jeff 'n' Fess (Featuring Rhymefest) (featuring Rhymefest) 4:21
11. Practice (Featuring J Live) (featuring Rhymefest) 4:13
12. Supa Jean (Featuring Jean Grae) (featuring Jean Grae) 5:05
13. Skit 5 0:45
14. The Garden (Featuring Big Daddy Kane) (featuring Big Daddy Kane) 4:00
15. She Was So Flyy (Featuring Kardinal Offishall) (featuring Kardinal Offishall) 4:03
16. Hold It Down (Featuring Method Man) (featuring Method Man) 3:14
17. Skit 6 2:11
18. All I Know (Featuring C.L. Smooth) (featuring C. L. Smooth) 4:11
19. Go See the Doctor 2k7 (Featuring Twon Gabz) (featuring TWON GABZ) 4:00
20. Skit 7 3:42
21. My Soul Ain't for Sale (Featuring Raheem Devaughn) (featuring Raheem Devaughn) 5:11
22. Come On (Featuring Dave Ghetto) (featuring Dave Ghetto) 5:05
23. Skit 8 0:27
24. Brand New Funk 2k7 (Featuring Peedi Crakk) (featuring Peedi Crakk) 4:04
25. Skit 9 0:50
26. Jeff's Tour Tips 8:45



While his old-school partner in rhyme has since become one of the most powerful icons in Hollywood, Philly hip-hop pioneer DJ Jazzy Jeff hasn't exactly been slacking all these years. Though you may not hear him on the radio or see him on TV, he's been steadily working, producing new music, mentoring young artists, making dope mixtapes, and traveling the world as an in-demand DJ. In 2002 he dropped The Magnificent>, a stellar collection of top-shelf music featuring an array of artists affiliated with his Touch of Jazz studio, and the first album released under his own name. Five years later he's back with this follow-up, another strong (and totally slept-on) record that combines classic-minded production, expert-level scratching, and sharp rhymes from both all-stars and upstarts alike. Method Man absolutely murders it on the rowdy "Hold It Down," J Live gets loose on the Allen Iverson-sampling throwback "Practice," and Twone Gabz writes a love letter to rap music on "Hip Hop." Other features include Jean Grae, Big Daddy Kane, Posdnous, and CL Smooth. All in all a solid album from an under-rated legend.