Jay-Z is the boss of the Roc Nation army, and his Roc roster is one of the craziest in the industry.
Although Jay-Z boasts an army of artists like J.Cole, Hugo, Rihanna and Wale, a lot of critics have been questioning Roc Nation's ability to push its artists out into the forefront of the music industry.
On Monday, Jay made a surprise pit stop to The Angie Martinez Show at Hot 97, to clear up rumors of a Kanye fight and talk about Watch The Throne, as well as to address the album release delays of a few of his Roc Nation artists.
When asked about the album delays of J.Cole and his other artists, Jay simply responded, "You can't come off the street and make a classic."
All of which is true, but some of his artists' fans are getting quite antsy.
Roc Nation doesn't only boast the roster of new artists, it also includes seasoned celebs who currently use Roc Nation for management purposes. Jay-Z signed Rihanna back when he was at Def Jam, now Rihanna uses Roc Nation's management team.
GlobalGrind rounded up Jay's hot Roc roster, so check out who's a part of the Roc Nation movement on the next few pages!