On Saturday, HBO aired the final show of Beyoncé and JAY Z in Paris France. The episode was taped on September 12 and 13th, and the lovely couple performed more than 40 songs in their two hour long special. The documentary included some special moments with the two along with Blue Ivy. This was definitely a great concert and enjoyed watching.
What was your favorite part of the show? Leave comments in the c-section.
JAY Z & Beyoncé’s “On The Run” tour landed in Foxborough, Massachusetts a couple of days ago. Our good homies over at KYITL grabbed some footage of the concerts. Take a look at Bey’s performance after the jump.
After countless drawbacks from a Snowman album, it seems like we’re getting the green light on this project. Here’s the anticipated single entitled “Seen It All”. The soulful production was handled by Cardo and features none other than JAY Z. Also word on the street is that Jeezy will release an album of the same name in September. According to Cardo, this song was suppose to appear on Hov’s last album, Magna Carta Holy Grail but was cut.
Stream the single after the jump. Purchase the single here.
This is a shocker, so apparently after the MET Gala at the Standard Hotel in NYC last weekend, Solange physically attacks JAY Z in the elevator. Bey’s sister can be seen violently kicking and punching JAY Z while the bodyguard tries to hold her back. Not sure what was point behind the attack, but you can see Beyonce’ doing nothing in the elevator.
UPDATED: Here’s the full 3 minute footage which can be found after the jump.
After dropping off a wacky promo for their track earlier today, DJ Khaled serves up his new single “They Don’t Love You No More” featuring Jay Z, Meek Mill, Rick Ross, and French Montana. This is the first offering from his forthcoming eighth studio album I Changed A Lot.
Listen to the Mike Zombie-produced track below.
Last night at the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival, the legendary Nasir Jones performed the entire debut album, Illmatic in full for the fans. Believe it or not, Nas had a teleprompter to ensure he wouldn’t miss any lyrics. Smart move Nas. During his set Nas brought out JAY Z to join him for “Dead Presidents” and also my personal favorite “Where I’m From”. Alongside bringing out Hova, Nas also brought out Diddy to grace the stage and perform their cut, “Hate Me Now”.
Check out the full set in it’s entirety after the break.
Wasn’t expecting a collaboration of this kind to ever happen. Apparently this is a leftover from Daft Punk’s latest album, Random Access Memories. Here’s an unheard collab from Daft Punk & JAY Z titled “Computerized”. 44
Produced by Kanye West?
After releasing a snippet yesterday here goes the full version of Ted Smooth’s remix of Beyoncé & Jay Z’s already legendary collaboration “Drunk In Love”. Those drums though.