Throughout the weekend of Made In America, speculation ran high that Jay-Z, the public face of the festival, would join other artists on stage during their performances. But he waited for the event’s last fifteen minutes to actually do so when he joined co-headliners Pearl Jam towards the end of their set.
Other than Jay-Z’s own performance Saturday night, the only other time he grabbed a microphone was when he joined Pearl Jam on stage towards the end of their set for a rousing mashup of their “W.M.A.” and his “99 Problems.” But there were many great performances before that incredible collaboration.
U2 have battled alongside Lara Croft: Tomb Raider (for 2001’s “Elevation” video) and written songs for Batman (“Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me” from the “Batman Forever” soundtrack), but now the Irish rockers will help soundtrack an NBA video game.
Elton John recently praised Jay-Z for his pro-gay mariage stance. But for the singer, words may not be enough.
Forbes magazine just released their list of richest rap artist and Mr. Diddy tops that list at a staggering net worth of $475 million.
Wednesday night, the recording industry and all of America were abuzz with pageantry and promise as the 2011 Grammy Nominations were announced at the Grammy Nominations Concert at Club Nokia in downtown Los Angeles. We […]
Looks like you can’t get anything past Mr. [lastfm]Jay-Z[/lastfm]. The Hip-hop superstar and his business partner are suing Boston Red Sox baseball player David Ortiz on Thursday for naming a Dominican Republic nightclub after their chain of 40/40 Club […]