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html) New York Times , Jay-Z revealed he and Beyonce have already worked on a joint album.
In a recent interview with CNN's Van Jones', Jay-Z responded to a comment Trump made earlier this month when he questioned why the United States continues to accept people from "shithole countries," referring to Africa, Haiti and El Salvador.
Neither Jay-Z nor his representatives have responded to the accusations, but sources close to Jay-Z rejected the claims that Jay-Z holds anti-Semitic beliefs.
EMPIRE STATE OF MIND: HOW JAY-Z WENT FROM STREET CORNER TO CORNER OFFICE charts jay-Z's rise to the top and how he leveraged his personal brand into multimillion-dollar companies.
Together, the two New York-based studios delivered a complete post package for Fuse Presents Jay-Z Live from Madison Square Garden: Answer the Call, including video editing, audio mixing and 3D graphics.
A source said: "Unless Jay-Z and his team miraculously come up with certain permits and certificates in time they'll have to cancel.
The likes of John Terry, Steven Gerrard, Frank Lampard, Wayne Rooney, Andrew Johnson and Paul Robinson have snapped up the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Jay-Z, to mark the rapper's 10 years in the music business.
Now popular musician Jay-Z is set to star in a documentary titled Diary of Jay-Z: Water for Life, part of a larger educational program on global issues sponsored by the music channel MTV.
Jay-Z was the first non-athlete to enter into a major footwear co-venture, teaming up with Reebok for his S.
Though they've successfully collaborated before, ``Unfinished Business'' is no championship season but a case of Kelly and Jay-Z keeping their best stuff under wraps for their own projects.
Now Jay-Z, already part-owner of Armadale vodka, has opened the 40/40 Club, a sports bar and lounge in Manhattan.
We're gonna keep it in the truest essence of hip-hop: the battle," said Jay-Z, the lanky rapper, during a recent MTV Unplugged concert.