/  12.09.2010

With his mother gazing up from the audience, Jay-Z sat down with PBS’ Charlie Rose for a one-hour interview at New York’s Brooklyn Museum. The rapper-turned-author spoke about his New York Times bestseller Decoded, not having his father in his life, his altercation with Lance “Un” Rivera, meeting Diddy, having kids, why he doesn’t do more acting, admiring Kanye West and Chris Martin, and his goal to “make the extraordinary things ordinary.” Watch the rest of the insightful interview below.


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