Last night at the Coachella Music Festival Jay-Z did shake things up a bit and brought out the Missus for a duet of “Young Forever”. To be honest, after hearing this, the song deserves beyonce on it.
Jay-Z and Beyonce are currently celebrating their 2nd wedding anniversary. The pair attended the Broadway play ‘Chicago’ which stars Destiny’s Child bandmate, Michelle Williams, who is currently playing as Roxy Hart in the show.
They also shared shared a romantic dinner at Wallse restaurant in New York City on Sunday.
Robin Thicke celebrated his 33rd birthday with some celeb friends at 1Oak in New York City last night.Beyoncé, Jay-Z, Russell Simmons, Reggie Bush, and his father Alan Thicke toasted the birthday boy.
Robin opened up for Alicia Keys at Madison Square Gardens earlier on in the evening.
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This afternoon, a press conference was held for groundbreaking of the Barclays Center in Brooklyn Yards. Set to open in 2012, the 18,000 seat arena will mark the new home of the Brooklyn Nets. In attendance were Mayor Michael Bloomgberg, Rev. Al Sharpton, and Governor David Paterson. Nets co-owner Jay-Z, gave a brief and afterward paid homage to the memory of his n***a, Biggie. We did Brooklyn!
The Carters got Presidential and took over the White House yesterday. Before Hov and co. hit the stage at the Verizon Center in D.C. last night, he and his wifey Beyonce, mother in law Tina, Trey Songz, and Trey’s manager Kevin Liles all visited President Obama’s house.
Mr. President wasn’t pictured, but they got to take flicks in his offices anyway.
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Absolut vodka put together this documentary with acclaimed photographer Danny Clinch.The footage shows Jay-Z leading up to his September 11th benefit concert at Madison Square Gardens last year. The full feature premieres March 22nd.
Meanwhile, Jay-Z, Beyonce, LeBron James, Drake and Michelle Williams all celebrated at NY club M2 after Jay-Z’s sold out Madison Square concert.
Looks like a fun night! Check out the pictures below
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“In order for hip-hop to have sustained careers like a Bono or these huge rockstars, we have to stretch the audience. It can’t be a young man’s game. It has to be a genre of music.” (5:10)
Jay-Z hit up Jonathan Ross’ show while in London for the Brit Awards.
He talks about his relationship with Obama (2:50), Obama listening to Blueprint in the gym when Jay called to congratulate his Democratic nomination (3:25), and says that he’s been invited to the White House repeatedly but hasn’t been able to attend because of touring. (3:05.)
After that, he talks about staying relevant in rap at 40 years old (5:05) and describes his 40th party in the Dominican Republic (6:05), where Diddy was running around with the mic saying “take that, take that” [*dead*] (7:00). He also jokes about being the true creator of Beyonce’s “uh, oh” and “Single Ladies” dance (9:10).
Hot97’s Miss Info typed up a thorough transcription of the highlights here.
After the jump, an uncensored performance (die already, FCC) of “On To The Next One” with his live band adding more life to the track & Young Guru DJ’ing.