Dissecting Popularity – “Empire State of Mind”

March 10, 2010

This is quite the quandary. Do I start this post saying that Jay-Z is a terrible rapper? Or do I start this post saying that people in Columbus, OH all have long sad faces wishing they lived in New York City and not Columbus, OH? Well, I guess I have already said both ideas now. Even if you live in a cave in Canada, you should be sick and tired of the song “Empire State of Mind” by the immortal Jay-Z. And by “immortal” I mean, WILL YOU JUST FUCKING GO AWAY ALREADY!

I like Jay-Z. Or I should say I “liked” Jay-Z. At one point in time, Jay-Z helped make the rap industry wildly more successful. He widened the rap industry. He opened up doors for more rappers. He has carved out a foot hold in the music industry for rap music. The problem is two things: rap music by Jay-Z is pop music and he won’t fucking go away. I am a big fan of the man, Sean Carter. I admire him for what he’s done, I think he is amazingly motivated and has established himself and somehow kept “street cred” like no other. I think his decision to start banging Beyonce Knowles is right up there with the greatest decisions in American History like the writing of the Emancipation Proclamation, going to war with England for our independence and deciding on a second season of The Jersey Shore.

But, Jay-Z needs to go away. He has been making the same song for over a decade now. He has the formula down and they certainly are not improving. The songs are catchy, but they are killing rap music. They are killing the integrity and true backbone of rap music. Rap music should not be a half assed rambling of lyrics followed by a female falsetto singing chorus 100x in a row. The artist Jay-Z has a stranglehold on rap music. His name is so famous that artists want to be like him. Labels and radio stations just want rap music that sounds like his. The number one rap station in New York City, Hot 97.1, will play non-stop 30 minute blocks of Jay-Z and it sounds like just one half hour long song. As if Jay-Z was riffing on “Freebird” or “Inagaddadavida”.

His songs are all about this formula because Jay-Z is a terrible rapper. His actual lyrics are terrible. I remember when The Source awards named Eminem the best rapper of all time and people were pissed. Who should get it then? Who is really bigger than Eminem? Jay-Z is just as popular, but Eminem literally knows how to “rap”. I’m not much of a fan of Eminem, but his lyrics are at least a little more than one-syllable rhyming schemes.

My hostility towards “Empire State of Mind” should be put on the shoulders of Columbus, OH. Dawgz and I easily heard this damn song 8 times everyday/night in Columbus. It played almost on a constant loop at the bars. Why? Because the people of Columbus desperately want out of Columbus. This song gives them a moment of levity to sing about New York even though they’ll never get there. That’s my guess at least. I didn’t hear “Bad Romance” in Columbus, but I heard “NEW YORK!!!!” a million times. So let’s break down this lyrical brilliance.

Yeah I’m out that Brooklyn.
Now I’m down in Tribeca.
Right next to DeNiro
But I’ll be hood forever

SELLOUT!!!! A little fun fact about Jay-Z is that his name “Jay-Z” comes from the “J” and “Z” subway lines in Brooklyn. Of course, now that he is in Tribeca, he may want to change his name to something more appropriate for that area. “Higher Tax Bracket Jay-Z” or “Hipster Jay-Z” or “Drinks Lattes And Eats Multigrain Bread Jay-Z” or “Sits In A Coffee Shop All Day On His Laptop And Cellphone Even Though He Has The Internet In His Apartment And Is Wearing A Suit Jacket And Jeans Even Though He Doesn’t Have A Job Jay-Z”.

I’m the new Sinatra
And since I made it here
I can make it anywhere
(Yeah they love me everywhere)

Ugh, I dislike Frank Sinatra. He’s from Jersey – great. He got to hang out with the mob – great. His music ranges from meh to terrible. Seriously, I think most people can do a pretty damn good impression of Old Blue Eyes singing “Summer Wind” and that shows that he wasn’t really killing it singing. Slow styled lounge act crooning should just stay as a lost generational thing. It does not need to continue when the Baby Boomers are gone.

I used to cop in Harlem
All of my Dominicanos (Hey yo)
Right there off of Broadway
Brought me back to that McDonalds

Are you all seeing already how stupid this song is? Seriously, is any of this actually rap?

Took it to my stash spot
560 State Street

Attention all police! Head to 560 State Street! There may be some drug residue.

Catch me in the kitchen like Simmons whipping Pastry

I googled this one. I guess it is a reference to Run’s House on MTV. That’s what you want in a metaphor in a popular rap song: something you have to google and still have no clue what it means.

Cruising down 8th street
Off-white Lexus
Driving so slow
(but BK, it’s from Texas!!)
Me I’m out that BedStuy
Home of that boy Biggie
now I live on Billboard
and I brought my boys with me

Atrocious! Is this song done yet? Good Jesus this is dumb. I hope he didn’t actual sit down and write any of this. It is just rambling garbage. Basically, Jay-Z is giving us a schizophrenic tour of New York City. And it isn’t even a good tour either. So far all he has pointed out is that there is a borough called Brooklyn which is where he is from, there is an area in Manhattan called Tribeca that Robert De Niro lives in, Dominicans and drugs are in Harlem, there is a McDonald’s somewhere in New York City that holds some reverence in Jay-Z’s youth, there is an 8th street, and, again, that he is from Brooklyn. Jay-Z can’t think of ANYTHING to say about the greatest city in the world. In the same 60 seconds, Jay mentions he’s from Brooklyn twice. That’s it.

Say what up to Ta-ta
Still sipping Mai Tais
Sitting courtside
Knicks and Nets give me high-5
Nigga, I be Spiked out
I could trip a referee

Maybe he doesn’t remember anything in particular about New York City because he is too drunk on Mai Tais. Speaking of, who the fuck drinks Mai Tais in New York City? Mai Tais? Hard “Street Cred” having rappers from Bed Stuy, Brooklyn drink Mai Tais? News to me.

Jay-Z is really connecting with the blue collar working class by pointing out how great his seats are at Knicks and Nets games. Speaking of, the Knicks are fucking garbage. The Knicks are worse than this song. If I were going to write a song about the glory of New York City, I would stay away from talking about the New York Knickerbockers from the past decade. And the Nets? The Nets play in Jersey still, so there is no reason to mention them besides the fact that Jay-Z pretty much owns them. This song has little if anything to do with New York City. Also, the Nets are the worst team in professional basketball so I wouldn’t mention them either.

“I be Spiked out” – I get it. You sit in the front row. You’re so close that you “could trip a referee”. Well don’t. Your team is fucking the WORST! The last thing they need is their owner tripping the refs out there. How about you spend more time focusing on obtaining good ball players than pulling pranks on refs.

…tell by my attitude that I’m MOST DEFINITELY FROM…

No idea. You literally could be from anywhere. You sound like a rambling mess who isn’t even trying to rhyme. But you have mentioned on several occasions you are from Brooklyn, so I have made a mental note on that.

Now, here comes the only part of the song that people care about and/or remember…

[Alicia Keys]
New York!!!!
Concrete jungle where dreams are made of,
There’s nothing you can’t do,
Now you’re in New York!!!
These streets will make you feel brand new,
the lights will inspire you,
Let’s hear it for New York, New York, New York

I get the idea of “where dreams are made of”, but it sounds retarded reading it. Let’s pretend I’m having a conversation with someone about New York City. “What do you think of when I say the words ‘New York City’?” “Me? I would say, concrete jungle where dreams are made of.” “What? Are you drunk? That can’t be proper English that came out of your mouth right then.”

I made you hot nigga,

Oh yeah? Me in particular? Is that a dessert? I’m not sure what this means at all. I feel like there should be a comma somewhere in there to help show where the emphasis of this sentence is.

Catch me at the X with OG at a Yankee game,
shit I made the Yankee hat more famous than a Yankee can,
you should know I bleed Blue, but I ain’t a crip tho,
but I got a gang of niggas walking with my clique though,

Woof. This is just stupid. If you asked a third grader, preferably the “types of bitches” girl, to write lyrics for a rap song there is no way it would come out worse than this. “Game” and “can”? That doesn’t rhyme. And the other rhyme is “tho” and “though”. Seriously!?! For fuck’s sake. And I guess the “blue” he bleeds is still referring to the Yankees, but generally speaking the Yankees are known for their “pin stripes” the “Yankee pin stripes”. I guess you can’t bleed “pin stripes”.

welcome to the melting pot,
corners where we selling rocks,
Afrika bambaataa shit,
home of the hip hop,
yellow cab, gypsy cab, dollar cab, holla back,
for foreigners it ain’t fitted act like they forgot how to act,

Pot, rocks, shit, hop, cab, cab, cab, back, act? Jay-Z would not pass 6th grade with any of that. What rhymes with cab? How about cab? And the last sentence is a great indictment of “foreigners”. What’s with those “foreigners”? They act like they forgot how to act? This wouldn’t be as depressing if this song wasn’t the most popular song. It’s not like they are complete thoughts, but more so just a syllable count. As if Jay-Z is just concerned with how many seconds it takes him to say something and not at all what words are strung together to illustrate anything.

Let me translate these sentences:

Tons of foreigners
There are drugs
Random old rapper
We started rap music (currently we are killing it)
Tons of cabs
Foreigners are weird

Very enlightening, Jay-Z.

8 million stories out there and they’re naked,
city it’s a pity half of y’all won’t make it,

Now, Jay-Z is dropping some realness on you. Shit just got really real in that second sentence. It is a pity that 4 million people will not make it life, but…

me I gotta plug a special and I got it made,
If Jeezy’s payin LeBron, I’m paying Dwyane Wade,

BUT I DID! Yeah, I got money! I got tons of money! I got so much money! I’m buying basketball players! With my money!… oh, but it is terrible about the economic circumstances you all face, but I GOT MY MONEY! I got your money! Because you’re paying for these garbage songs!

3 dice cee-lo
3 card marley,
Labor Day parade, rest in peace Bob Marley,
Statue of Liberty, long live the World Trade,
long live the king yo,
I’m from the Empire State thats…

Talk about really skimming over some American history and the most notable places in New York City. He doesn’t even say anything about the Statue of Liberty. All Jay-Z does is acknowledge its existence. Also, I have lived near New York City pretty much my whole life. I don’t recall the Labor Day parade being at all noteworthy. I’m sure there is a Labor Day parade. There are tons of parades in New York City, but “Labor Day”? Isn’t everyone from New York City at the Jersey shore on Labor Day?

Also, I have no clue what the Bob Marley reference is about. Bob Marley wasn’t born in New York City, nor born on Labor Day. Bob Marley didn’t die in New York City, nor die on Labor Day. I love Bob Marley and all, but he might as well reference any celebrity or musician who died. And at the same time, the only excuse I can imagine is that Jay-Z was so sold on the line “3 card marley” that he had to think of a rhyme for “marley” and that was, of course, “Marley”. Nothing rhymes with “marley” quite like “Marley”, am I right?

[Alicia Keys]

People have suffered through more ridiculous Jay-Z ramblings to get to Alicia singing “NEW YORK!!!” And let’s get back to his insufferable madness…

Lights is blinding,
girls need blinders
so they can step out of bounds quick,
the side lines is blind with casualties,

I’ll solve a Rubik’s cube before I get a firm grasp on what those 4 lines mean.

who sip the lite casually, then gradually become worse,

Alcoholics? Fair enough.

don’t bite the apple Eve,

New York City is the “big apple” and Eve bit into the apple in the Bible which led to the downfall of humanity and created original sin. You shouldn’t bite into New York City means don’t get a drug addiction or something in New York City.

Oh man, I just took a glimpse at the lyrics ahead of us on our peril filled journey through this song and this whole stanza is absurd. It is way too ridiculous to cut up, so I’m skipping them unedited.

caught up in the in crowd,
now you’re in-style,
and in the winter gets cold en vogue with your skin out,
the city of sin is a pity on a whim.
good girls gone bad, the city’s filled with them,
Mommy took a bus trip and now she got her bust out,
everybody ride her, just like a bus route,
Hail Mary to the city your a Virgin,
and Jesus can’t save you life starts when the church ends,
came here for school, graduated to the high life,
ball players, rap stars, addicted to the limelight,
MDMA got you feeling like a champion,
the city never sleeps better slip you a Ambien

So, a song about New York City, seemingly the greatness of New York City, spends about a third of it talking about hookers. Wow. Well not exactly just “hookers”, but girls who pretty much live their lives like drug addict hookers because of New York City. After reading this whole stanza and going back to the beginning of it, I understand what Jay-Z is talking about. Jay’s message is to all the women out there:


It is a random change of pace. This song starts off with giving you the worst tour of New York City ever followed by random mentions of sports teams and that Jay-Z has a ton of money and no one else does. This all culminates with the lesson that women who travel to New York City easily can fall into the seedy underworld of drug addiction and sex slavery to appease their addiction to drugs or celebrity fucking because women can’t control themselves. No wonder girls love to dance to this song at clubs! It is so positive!

[Alicia Keys]
New York!!!!
Concrete jungle where dreams are made of,
There’s nothing you can’t do,
Now you’re in New York!!!
These streets will make you feel brand new,
the lights will inspire you,
Let’s hear it for New York, New York, New York

Alicia! What the fuck are you doing! Didn’t you just hear what Jay-Z was saying!?! Get the hell out of New York before your tiny woman brain is easily led into celebrity circles where you will be the meat in a sex sandwich of basketball players’ dongs while you’re all tricked out on ecstasy! RUN BITCH! RUN!

[Alicia Keys]
One hand in the air for the big city,
Street lights, big dreams all looking pretty,
no place in the World that can compare,
Put your lighters in the air, everybody say yeaaahh
come on, come,

And then she sings the bullshit chorus again. Yeah, these lights will inspire you into group orgies for cocaine apparently. Put one hand in the air for the big city that turns mid-western girls into street whores. Big dreams all look pretty when you are getting a train run on you by Dwyane Wade and Lebron James’ entourage in the back room of a party that Jay-Z is throwing because WE’RE IN NEW YORK!!!!!

I hope this makes you all hate this song. Or love it more because of its wackiness.


34 Responses to “Dissecting Popularity – “Empire State of Mind””

  1. Susanelle said

    I can’t argue with your analysis but, fuck me, the Alicia Keys part of that tune played in my head on a constant loop for a week and a half straight when it came out. I could not help it. I sang that song out loud to my dog about 80 times (doing the piano-pounding motions with my hands always). Somehow there are ear drugs in that song, and Columbus is addicted.

    I appreciate your work, but a cold-blooded dissection reveals nothing about why that song enslaves us.

    • Lala said

      I really don’t like this song, but I couldn’t stop playing the Alicia Keys part in my head either. I mean, I wasn’t doing the piano motions with my hands thing, but I kept singing her part.

  2. Forgetful Lucy said

    “Ugh, I dislike Frank Sinatra. Slow styled lounge act crooning should just stay as a lost generational thing. It does not need to continue when the Baby Boomers are gone.” WHAT! are you saying? I’m not even done reading yet. No love for Dean Martin or Harry Connick Jr or Michael Buble? But, but, but… it’s so good. Wow. This is gonna take some time for me to digest. You young people and your idea of good music. *walking away shaking head muttering under my breath* “whippersnappers”

    • No offense intended, but I would listen to nothing else BUT this absurd song for the rest of my life if it meant I didn’t have to hear Michael Buble or Harry Connick Jr sing ever again.

      • Forgetful Lucy said


      • You ARE back! You brought your A game today, sir.

        THIS might be the best thing I’ve read today on the internet (it would’ve been the best thing I’ve read all week had I not found the Bitch List):
        I made you hot nigga,
        Oh yeah? Me in particular? Is that a dessert?

        Since I don’t listen to the radio, I haven’t heard this song much. But I love stupid songs. I checked out that Ke$ha song shortly after your dissection, and hell if I don’t love it. Granted, my love has been helped along by a pumpkin-headed man in a unitard dancing to it… but the love is still there.

        It’s amazing that I’ve spent my entire life going into the city on a semi-regular basis, and yet have successfully avoided the pitfalls of drugs and prostitution for 25 years. Maybe most are converted at the Labor Day Parade? That would explain a lot since I’ve never been to it, let alone heard of it’s existence. I’m safe for now.

      • Comment placement FAIL. This must be what Jordan feels like when he tries to comment.

    • tiffanized said

      I’m with Lucy. Large portions of my life have been dedicated to listening to Frank & Dean & Harry. No, they’re not great singers. Yes, the lyrics are often sexist drivel. I am still utterly seduced by them on a regular basis.

    • PWG said

      Sinatra, Bennett, Martin: hell yes. Connick: occasionally. I’d rather watch him in Copycat discussing “squirrel covers.” Buble: over my deaf and dead body.

      I doubt I’ve ever heard a single JayZ song in my life, and sure as hell not this one. But your analysis of it was extraordinarily entertaining. I hope he gets to read it himself somehow. I think he has an over-managed image, a caricature of a rapper. Like a rapper storyline on some weekly TV drama. Steven Bochko rapper. CSI: NY rapper.

      But you can’t start dissecting music for cogent and credible storylines. Otherwise you’ll end up crazy in the corner over here with me trying to figure out what the hell is going on in Del Amitri’s “Driving With the Brakes On.”

    • Pol said

      I do understand when people don’t like ‘crooning music’.
      I didn’t like Frank and the rest of them either until recently…and only because I had some um memorable ‘alchohol’ fueled romantic experiences to their songs…. you can’t beat positive association.

      Frank Sinatra was not a great singer but I do enjoy Michael Buble’s voice and I love Nat King Cole, that man could sing!

    • campbelld said

      Micheal Buble is my homeboy. Mostly becuase he married an Australian and now lives there half the year. Oh and he’s funny. Who knew. Everytime he does an interview he does something awesome.

      • AmyAlmost said

        Oh is that why Bubble is always on TV? I was thinking it was weird. It’s like when Ben Folds was touring and complaining about the music industry here when he married someone from Adelaide. And that guy from Pavement married someone from Bribie Island and plays shows under Spiral Staircase in Brisbane.

    • AmyAlmost said

      Umm what about Mike Flowers, Bob Downe and Frank Bennett? I love lounge when it gets weird or camp.

      • cledbo said

        Bob Downe is a god.

        Beige, beige, and a splash of beige!

        He taught me how to pronounce Murwillumbah, as well.


  3. tiffanized said

    The first time I heard this song I was on I-78 after my first ever visit to NYC and the city was literally in my rearview mirror. I wept. Subsequent listens to the song have been significantly less poignant.

    I still love it though, and I love Jay-Z, which–since I’m the whitest of the White People–may prove your point about the quality of Jay-Z as a rapper.

  4. Forgetful Lucy said

    Seriously? I stopped reading the song lyrics after the Beyonce photo. They were making my brain hurt trying to comprehend. I don’t think I’ve ever heard this song before. I’ll have to listen later to be sure. I’m too busy listening to my lounge crooning tunes and good ol’ country music with some Gaga and Kesha mixed-in. So I’m not too familiar with Mr. Jay-Z’s music, seems this is a positive in my life. I can tell you Miley Cyrus seems to enjoy his music as per her proclamation in “Party in the USA”. Got my hands up, they’re playin’ my song…

  5. kt said

    I was imitating a stuttering Bella in the hospital scene from Twilight the whole time I was reading this. “What? Are you… No. NO! How… I don’t even know what you are say… How can you… What are you… What are you talking about?”

    I mean, I’m not gonna say that Jay-Z is the best rapper out there or this is the best rap song out there, I have way better stuff on my iPod, but come on! He isn’t terrible. He is good at what he does, he has a unique voice and at one time a unique sound. It’s not totally his fault that his awesomeness permeated society so deeply that everyone and their mother makes rap music as pop music now. True story, if it weren’t for the likes of Jay-Z I probably wouldn’t have started listening to rap music in the first place and my iTunes would be a boring wasteland of Alt-Rock and random soundtracks.

    It’s not the most amazing thing Jay-Z has ever performed, but I think the problem is that this song is over played and you can thank radio for being so shitty for that. It happens to the best of musicians. Most recently radio ruined Kings of Leon for me. I have been listening to them since I was in high school… that’s like 6 years, way before most people knew who they were here and I can’t listen to their newest album because its overplayed. It makes me sad. Anyways, I have The Blueprint 3 and I will actually skip this song when it plays because I’m tired of hearing it and that damn refrain gets stuck in my head. Right now I’m singing it just because I read your diatribe about it.

    Furthermore, while I have never been into Sinatra myself “crooners should be a lost generational thing.” WHAT? I’ll admit I have a crazy eclectic taste in music, so maybe I’m just a weirdo, but how can you say that a whole style of music should be forgotten, and not even a really shitty style like that experimental crap that lays tracks of cats screeching over car horns and calls it music. I mean that I could see and maybe even empathize with, but classic big band crooners singing pop standards? WHAT?

    I’ve never hated a post, but I kinda hate this one. And it was apparently deserving of a 400 word comment.

  6. Pol said

    I hate Jay Z and I hate Kanye West…sure they both wrote some good songs but now they are just drivel writing ego-maniacs who like fish dicks.

    Jordan is really back! Yay! Haven’t laughed this hard in ages, bravo!

    My want for want is satisfied for today.

  7. campbelld said

    As a sure sign of how white I am, I know all the lyrics to 99 Problems by heart. And I often pump that song in my car and drive around with the window open, mostly becuase it’s funny and that’s the kinda guy I am. And yes, Eminem is a a far better rapper than Jay-Z, or at least he used to be before he went crazy.
    I have a real soft spot for Australian hip-hop which is really quite something. Check out the Hilltop Hoods, or Horrowshow. Awesome.

    • AmyAlmost said

      A soft spot for Australian hip-hop? Really? Nothing makes my ears bleed more than Australian hip-hop.

    • cledbo said

      Hilltop Hoods are a bunch of wankers, I have been told definitively by Adeladians – they turned up in Hahndorf and tried to kick everyone out of the pub – the guy who was telling me this story said this started the biggest fight he’d ever seen.
      Later that night (when he was telling me this story) some guy smashed a Canadian into a table and nearly broke his nose. This made me laugh (at home, where the Canadian wouldn’t hate me) because I immediately thought of “The Nosebleed Section”. I love Australians! But not the Hilltop Hoods.

  8. Pol said

    There’s a bunch of Wiggaz’ on this forum, LMAO!


  10. cledbo said

    I have to say, your breakdown confirmed what I thought of this song, whilst still not actually being able to understand all of the words.
    Mentions of MDMA and Ambien had me thinking this wasn’t the uplifting tale of triumph over adversity that the chorus would lead one to believe.

    I have to say that it almost made me hate Alicia Keys, until I heard her with Mrs Jay-Z singing ‘Love Song’. Gotta work it baby, work it out! I dance on the bus to that song. I can only assume people think I have epilepsy.

    I only like Ol Blue Eyes in movies. Specifically one movie, “Anchors Aweigh” – otherwise known as the Gene Kelly (*swoon*!) musical which brought us New York, New York, it’s a hell of a town. Now that song made me want to visit. Jay-Z’s one makes me want to never travel to the east coast, in case I end up as some pimp-stereotype’s bottom bitch.

    Sorry I wasn’t here yesterday to give you proper fawning love comments. My water has been turned off for two days due to a very very leaky shower, and someone thought it would be a good idea to close off half the roads in the eastern suburbs for a CAR RACE?! Morons. Anyway, welcome back from Ohio.

  11. AmyAlmost said

    I hate this song. I had no idea what the lyrics were and I sort of still don’t. I just hate ‘New York’ being yelled at me in song. People loving this song reminds me of when I lived in America and every young white person in Michigan told me how much they loved fifty cents by telling me the press release of ‘he raps real different’ and ‘he was shot eleven times’. People tend to repeat popular belief. I don’t mind popular music, but I’m not a fan of popular belief.

    You’re Jewish right? And you seem to like hip hop? So do you like that Matisyahu guy?

  12. Michelle said

    “yellow cab, gypsy cab, dollar cab, holla back,”

    yellow cab – the regular yellow cab with a meter
    gypsy cab – the towncar cabs that roam the outer boroughs like a gypsy
    dollar cab – the subway use to cost a dollar so it was the ‘dollar cab’

  13. SingleStrand said

    Ngl I read every post of yours in the Seth Rogen voice in my head.
    Jay-Z is a pimp.

  14. brooklynbetty said

    haha can’t hate keys voice but i hear ya on the verse lyrics…chicago needs that anthem


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