July 8th, 2013
02:39 PM ET
"Magna Carta Holy Grail" has brought out Jay-Z's conversational side.
The rapper's typically pretty quiet on Twitter, but on Monday he opened the floodgates by responding to a series of tweets from fans and critics alike.
One Twitter user was curious if Jay is still beleaguered by those "99 Problems" he rhymed about a decade ago with 2003's "The Black Album," or if they've "all been sorted."
It turns out that creating new rules, as the rapper aimed to do with "MCHG," is a lot like having more money.
But perhaps the most entertaining thing - aside from the fact that Jay doesn't "lol" like the rest of us; he has #mylaugh - were the lighthearted and humorous responses, even when taking criticism.
Promising that he was sticking to the #factsonly, Jay was also pretty frank in his replies.
"MCHG" doesn't officially arrive until Tuesday, but many have already heard the album thanks to its early release to 1 million Samsung customers on July 4. Critical response has been mixed, and if fans were left wanting, Jay's Twitter chat hinted that there's more to come.
When a fan asked whether "MCHG" will be his last album, he jokingly replied, "I tried that before, I wasn't so good at it."
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