Jay Z, Madonna Nominated For Songwriters Hall Of Fame
Kanye’s beef is not stopping Jay Z from getting nominated for awards!
Today (Oct. 20), it was announced that Jay Z has been nominated for a spot in the Songwriters Hall Of Fame.
Coincidentally, the release of Reasonable Doubt in ’96 is why Jigga became eligible.
Other performing songwriters up for the Class of 2017 include Madonna, George Michael, Cat Stevens, Jeff Lynne, Sly Stone, Gloria Estefan, Bryan Adams, Vince Gill , Bread’s David Gates and the songwriting teams that make up the bands Chicago and Kool & The Gang.
Candidates are eligible after 20 years of writing music. This is the first year of eligibility for Jay Z, who issued his debut album Reasonable Doubt in 1996.