When tickets went on sale for Jay-Z’s "final" performance at Madison Square Garden on November 25, they sold out in a matter of hours. The concert marked the end of the rapper’s victory lap promoting what he says is his final full-length solo album, The Black Album. With more number-one hits to his name than any other US rap artist, it was only natural that Jay-Z would want his final performances to remain in the minds of his fans for a long time to come. While his music has earned him ...
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