Jay-Z may have more of an influence on people than he thinks as even fellow musicians who have been making music before he entered the rap game.
The '99 Problems' star revealed that he accidently left U2 frontman Bono feeling on edge after an interview he gave.
Jigga, real name Shawn Carter, claimed that Bono had apparently gone back to work on an album that was already complete, feeling he needed the improve his music after reading the rapper's comments, reports The Sun.
Jay-Z recalled the instance, as he said: "One night I ran into Bono and he told me he read an interview I'd done. The writer had asked me about a U2 record that had just been released and I said something about the pressure a group like that must be under just to meet their own standards.
"He said that the quote had really gotten to him and he decided to go back to the studio, even though the album was already done, and keep reworking it until he thought it was as good as it possibly could be."
The rapper, who is reportedly worth pver $400 million, also added: "I was suprised that at that point in his career he still got anxious about his work."