The second weekend of Coachella took place in Indio, California and it was another star studded event. Pharrell took center stage and brought out many of his friends including Jay-Z, Pusta T, Busta Rhymes, T.I. and Usher for selection of his many hits.
Nas hit the stage at the 2014 Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival in California to perform his classic album Illmatic in full. While there he brought out Jay Z and Diddy. Check it out below. Read more
Jay Electronica surprises the world with a freestyle over “We Made It” featuring none other than Jay-Z. Take a listen to the heat below.
Jay-Z and Kanye West reunited as The Throne to perform live at SXSW 2014 in Austin, Texas. They performed a collection of their hits inlcuding H.A.M, Otis, Run This Town, N*ggas in Paris and more. Check out more footage below.
Here goes an unreleased Daft Punk and Jay-Z collaboration called “Computerized”. There is no news on where this track will end up and is possibly a leftover track from Daft Punk’s Random Access Memories album. Take a listen below and let us know what you think?
Beyonce took The Mrs Carter Show World Tour to the UK to perform at the o2 Arena in London. While there she brought out Jay-Z to perform “Drunk In Love”.
Kanye celebrates Valentines day by releasing a new remix over Hov and Bey’s “Drunk In love”.
Jay Z was the headliner at DirectTV’s Super Bowl party last night and during the show he brought out none other than Beyonce to perform their latest hit “Drunk In Love”.
Beyonce and Jay-Z opened the 56th Annual Grammy Awards with a performance of their collaboration “Drunk In Love”. Watch the smoking performance below.
Just as when your imagination fills up to its potential, there comes along a filmmaker by the name of Ashley Smith. When the record, Devil Is A Lie by Rick Ross ft. Jay Z dropped, the social sphere began throwing their remarks about devil worshiping, illuminati, and etc. That isn’t what Ashley Smith is trying to showcase. Behind every song, you develop an imagination of what the mirror image of that record could display. This film brings such a deeper meaning to what Rozay & Hovito are spittin’.
I discovered this short film, and believe it was only right to showcase it to our readers. Probably one of the best (if you want to make it in blog terms) “fan made” videos I have seen in a minute. Priest Hov is probably my favorite! ha!
Check out Ashley Smith’s wesbite here for more videos and his rendition of Drake’s 5 a.m. in Toronto.
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by Eric Kidd
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