Just in case you couldn't love Jay Z and Beyonce anymore... I don't think you can.
Jigga man, the Brooklyn native, took the R train to the concert and suprised his fans. AWWWWwww!
Jay Z has been preforming a whole series of concerts to christen the new Barclay center. From the first night, Jigga man strugged with some audio equipment errors and native Brooklyn restaurants struggled to keep up wiht the concession demands. Looks like the Barclay center is finally heating up. Jay Z performed with his wife, Beyonce, and even forgot how to rap the first few verse of "Crazy in Love". Of course, the beautiful B smoothly covered for him. Watch the video here.
"Since you were so good to me, Philly, I'm going to be good to you tonight, Philly" - Jigga
Performing at the base of the famed 'Rocky Balboa' steps of the Philidelphia Musuem of Art, Jay Z lives the life only America has to offer. Owning sports teams, record labels, marrying the female counterpart that could only compare to his success, Beyonce, the new father opened with a public service announce provided by the President Obama's pre-recorded cameo reminding today's youth to vote. The Budweiser Made in America even was hosted by Jay Z with appearances from Kanye West, Maybach Music members, A$AP Rocky, Pearl Jam, and Drake, just to name a few.
Closing his 90 minute set filled with fan favorites such as "99 Problems" and "Big Pimpin'", Jay Z ended with Ninjas In Paris.
The festival events are currently being filmed by Ron Howard for his latest documentary exploring the American dream in the eyes of Jay Z, coming from the Brooklyn projects to Rap monarch. The proceeds of the documentary will support the United Way.
Though the dream is Made in America, the ninjas will always be in Paris.