Jay-Z’s Lookalike Discovered Living In Depression Era

Jay-Z’s best ever lookalike was found recently on a picture taken way back in 1939 in the Harlem area, New York City.

The picture was discovered by the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, which is a part of the New York Public Library.

It was taken by a photographer Sid Grossman over seventy years ago, the picture is of an unknown man who has a striking resemblance to the rapper.

The centre had a tagline, saying “Does the man on the right remind you of someone?” alongside the picture “Perhaps it was his great-grandfather taking a break in Harlem in 1939″

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