According to Page Six, rumor has it that Jay-Z will be selling his Brooklyn Nets stake to former NBA player, now team head coach Jason Kidd. In 2003, Kidd convinced Hov to buy a stake in the franchise.
Jay was back in the crowd last night and caught Calvin Harris’ Made In America performance. Here’s front row footage straight off the iPhone. Eventually, Hov made it rain with those $2 bills. After the jump, Spencer Clements caught yours truly struggling to light a Cuban. Damn cameras. Ha!
Instead of catching deadmau5 from his private suite at Made In America, Jay-Z took to the crowd with YN and yours truly, to watch his performance. Look at Elliott, all in the videos. Ha! Here’s footage of Hov on the ground serving cups of D’USSE and Ace Of Spade to fans. Definitely a night to ‘remember’.
A year after Jay-Z’s inaugural Made In America concert, director Ron Howard releases the trailer of the festival. This year’s concert goes down this weekend in Phildelphia. The full documentary will air October 11th on Showtime.
Making it the first major video premiered on Facebook, Hov and JT depict how the how the price of fame comes with its pitfalls. Directed by Anthony Mandler.
Just landed in Miami, nigga. Last night, Jay and JT ended their Legends Of The Summer tour at Sun Life Stadium.
There’s a war going on outside and nobody is safe. Shot in the jungles of India comes the visual aid to Just Blaze and Baauer’s EDM hit. These kids are out to more than just tax.