Jay Z Covers ‘New York’ Magazine’s Annual “Yesteryear” Issue

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Offering a look back at “100 Years of Pop Music in New York,” eight covers adorn the latest edition of New York magazine’s annual “Yesteryear” issue. A young Jay Z can be seen above on one of the upcoming covers, the photograph was taken in 1997 and sees the New York native wearing a Cincinnati Reds cap with a matching red undershirt, as well as a denim button-down and leather jacket. Other artists who received covers this year include The Notorious B.I.G., Bob Dylan, and Frank Sinatra.

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