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Joe Levy
Breaking: Jay Z has dropped the hyphen from his name, according to his label. I am not kidding. (Wish I was.) Copy editors: take note.
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Nuface Clothing Co 17 Jul 13
Replying to @3rika @RealJoeLevy
it seems like yesterday when it was simply Jaÿ-Z
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Joe Levy 17 Jul 13
Replying to @Nuface
That umlaut is mid-'90s vintage. RT " it seems like yesterday when it was simply Jaÿ-Z"
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William Ketchum III 17 Jul 13
Replying to @3rika @RealJoeLevy
you know, I'd been wondering that. Seen it spelled differently since BP3 or WTT. Why the change? Corny smh
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Joe Levy 17 Jul 13
Replying to @WEKetchum @3rika
Right. Seems change was made on WTT RT " you know, I'd been wondering that. Seen it spelled differently since BP3 or WTT."
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Joe Levy 17 Jul 13
Replying to @wesleyverhoeve
Didn't take, though. The hyphen is strong. RT ": This happened several years ago"
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Joe Levy 17 Jul 13
Replying to @wesleyverhoeve
Didn't take anywhere. NYT, all media, fans. Or the cover of BP3, for that matter. iTunes credits "JAY Z"; cover says "JAY-Z"
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Joe Levy 17 Jul 13
Replying to @wesleyverhoeve
Also, "Decoded" — the hyphen held its ground there.
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