When Nas released Life is Good last week, suddenly everyone is ready to call him the greatest of all time once again. It’s interesting to see people jump back on the ship they abandoned a decade ago. Personally, I can’t complain. I have always thought Nas is the greatest to ever do it, the greatest storyteller to ever grace the mic; however, in this Nas hysteria, people are starting to forget that Jay has spun his share of yarns. People hear a song like (Nas’) “Daughters” or “Bye Baby” and say, “when has Jay ever put out something so real? Sure Jay is dope, but Nas is really sharing a piece of his soul on this album." True, Nas really opens up on this album, but let’s not forget a song like Jay-Z’s "You Must Love Me,” easily one of my top 10 “storytelling” songs of all time.