For years now, Hov has urged fellow men in the rap game, as well as ordinary guys, to get on their grown man, ditch the throwback jerseys, and grab a suit or button-up.
GlobalGrind decided to round up our 10 favorite Jay-Z lyrics about suits and ties. Whether it’s a Rocawear suit or a Giorgio Armani suit, Jay doesn’t care, just get suited up.
Check out our 10 favorite Jay-Z lyrics about suits, ties and button-ups below!
Jay-Z “Thank You”
Lyrics: “No no don’t thank me, this is just how my suit is stitched/I’m cut from a different cloth, I’m just who the shoe fits.”
Jay-Z “Kingdom Come”
Lyrics: “But, just when you thought the whole world fell apart/I – take off the blazer loosen up the tie/Step inside the booth Superman is alive”
Jay-Z “Take You Home With Me”
Lyrics: “I think I might wife her/Y’know, powder blue Roc-a-Wear suit, white Nike her/Add mami to the cypher/R.O.C. for life cuz, the gang motherfucker.”
Jay-Z “Never Change”
Lyrics: “This is crew love, move music or move drugs/Rival crews get your black suits up – I never change.”
Jay-Z “What We Talkin’ About”
Lyrics: “Now you could choose to sit in front of your computer/Posing with guns, shooting YouTube up/Or you could come with me to the White House – get your suit up/You stuck on being hardcore, I chuck the deuce up.”
Jay-Z “So Ghetto”
Lyrics: “My whole crew up in this motherf*cker/We spray corners, stand there like you got a cape on ya, fine/You’ll be wearing a black suit a long time/I put your crew in hard bottoms/The priest is like, “God’s got him.”
Jay-Z “Change Clothes”
Lyrics: “Jiggy this is probably Purple Label/Or that BBC shit or it’s probably tailored/And y’all niggas actin’ way too tough/Throw on a suit, get it tapered up, and let’s just..”
Jay-Z “Party Life”
Lyrics: “So tall and lanky; my suit, it should thank me/I make it look, good to be this hood Meyer Lansky.”
Jay-Z “What More Can I Say?”
Lyrics: “And I don’t wear jerseys, I’m 30-plus/Give me a crisp pair of jeans, nigga, button up.”
Lyrics: “Throwbacks, I threw ’em back, remember those, button-ups?/Young Hov’, tell them ordinary Joe’s button up.”