After a long and fruitful partnership, Jay-Z and Damon Dash called it quits in 2005.
The two had collaborated on Roc-A-Fella Records in the early 1990s.
Their interests soon diverged, and both ended up being more successful as artists and businessmen than they had been together.
After a brief feud, the two reconciled, saying that their friendship has survived the test of time.
The feud began when Damon Dash and Jay-Z were co-founders of the Roc-A-Fella label, releasing the Reasonable Doubt album together.
The pair were longtime partners, working together to build a successful music business.
However, their friendship turned sour after they split.
The two men co-founded Roc-A-Fella and subsequently went their separate ways. The feud lasted for about 20 years, with both artists claiming the other was the aggressor.
Despite the rift, Damon Dash has publicly asked Jay-Z to halt the litigation and reunite with Aaliyah.
The rocky relationship between the two artists prompted Jay-Z to sell his clothing label Rocawear to the Iconix Brand Group.
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After the split, both sides decided to focus on other ventures, and Dash, who had been a member of Roc-A-Fella since 1995, has been in the spotlight for his involvement in a lawsuit over the streaming rights to Reasonable Doubt.
In 2011, he attempted to sell Reasonable Doubt as an NFT.
In the end, a federal judge in New York blocked this attempt and awarded him minimum damages of $1 million.