We see you YN and B.Dot. Jay-Z has more than enough reasons to celebrate and last night, he celebrated the release of his Magna Carta Holy Grail album in Brooklyn. Guests who came out to support included Beyoncé, Timbaland, J.Cole, Busta Rhymes, Nick Cannon, Raekwon, Rap Radar and many more. More photos from the evening after the jump.
I mean, what more can we say? Pre-order your copy here.
Jay-Z has been approved by Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s office to perform on the David Letterman marquee. The concert will take place on July 8th. Three years ago, he and Eminem were scheduled to perform on the awning, but capitulated to the roof. Thanks Drake. Magna Carta Holy Grail downloads on July 4th. UPDATE: Damn Bloomberg. According to the New York Post, the event has been cancelled.
In less than 24 hours, Jay-Z will release his 12th solo album, Magna Carta Holy Grail. Today though, L+T unveiled the cover along side the original Magna Carta documents in the UK. Visitors can see the display at the Salisbury Cathedral Chapter House all month long.
Old rules were made to be broken. In light of Samsung purchasing a million digital copies of Jay-Z’s Magna Carta Holy Grail, the RIAA has decided to change their certification policy. In a blog post, RIAA Director Liz Kennedy says: We think it’s time for the RIAA – and Gelfand, Rennert & Feldman – to align our digital song and album certification requirements. That’s why today we are officially updating this rule in our G&P Program requirements. Going forward, sales of albums […]
Still laid out on the couch, Rick Rubin listens to Shawn as he explains his pops’ and his own fatherhood’s influence on his “Jay-Z Blue” record. Magna Carta Holy Grail drops July 4.
Whether you’ve seen the pearly gates or going through hell, Hov breaks it all down as he speaks on one of the tracks off his Magna Carta Holy Grail album. Hear it all on July 4. Rick Rubin sure loves that couch.