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Monday, July 24th, 2017

Welcome to the official archive for Roc-A-Scenes. Since they're spreading around so quickly and randomly, I decided to make a point of reference to display all current and future volumes in their original, intended format.

This site is also a resource for Roc-A-Scenes fans to send volumes to friends, to give feedback to the author, view printer-friendly versions and to stay informed of new Roc-A-Scene volumes.

Disclaimer: The stories on this site are completely fictional. These are not intended to be rumors of true events, and all caricatures of famous artists are for the sole purpose of satire.


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Volume 12: Change of Heart
February 11th, 2005
Synopsis: Jay-Z and The Game have been exchanging disses... some subliminal, some not. Game heads to the Def Jam offices to settle things face to face.

 
Volume 11: Before Destiny's Child...
January 31st, 2005
Synopsis: As revealed by Carmen Bryan's new autobiography, the lyrics from "Is That Yo Chick" were actually inspired by her. I've obtained a transcript that pre-dates every Roc-A-Scene volume.

 
Volume 10: O'Reilly vs the Roc Part 2
June 15th, 2004
Synopsis: Dame Dash and Cam'Ron return to the O'Reilly Factor to discuss hip-hop's influence on middle America, and the Method & Red show premiering on Fox.

 
Volume 9: We're Through
March 7th, 2004
Synopsis: A behind-the-scenes look at the rumored split between Beyonce and Jiggaman. Ladies looking for an older man, be careful what you wish for.

 
Volume 8: Your Future Was Bleek
February 17th, 2004
Synopsis: The success of Kanye West sparks some rancor from Roc-A-Fella veterans. Some people hate.

 
Volume 7: Top Secret Operation
September 23rd, 2003
Synopsis: Internet whipping boy and industry male groupie, Ant One, explodes upon hearing news of a Jay collabo has leaked on the net. He will risk certain death to set the record straight.

 
Volume 6: Roc-A-Wedding
February 21st, 2003
Synopsis: Jay and Beyonce tie the knot on Hov's new yacht, but first Jay must get her father's approval. Will Bleek's responsibilities as ringbearer ruin the ceremony?

 
Volume 5: Gold is Old
January 19th, 2003
Synopsis: "Wanted to tell God that I don't deserve this, was afraid he'd tell me I deserve less!" -Jay, speaking on Bleek perhaps?

 
Volume 4: Roc Room
November 28th, 2002
Synopsis: Why aren't hip-hop producers held to the same set of "keep it real" standards that emcees are? (Because in a capitalist society, integrity is an illusion... but that's another topic).

 
Volume 3: Killa Kwa? (Part 1)
November 18th, 2002
Synopsis: What would happen if Black Star's more prolific half signed to the Roc? I have no idea, but my guess is as good as anyone's. "You pronounce the name Killa, any questions?"

 
Volume 2: Closet Nas Fan
June 30th, 2002
Synopsis: Rule #1: Don't talk about Fight Club. Rule #2: If you're on Roc-A-Fella records, don't get caught knowing the words to "Ether."

 
Volume 1: The Wash
June 29th, 2002
Synopsis: Suge Knight believes Jay is afraid to confront him, but here's what really happened that night.



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