In case you missed last nights performance of Jay-Z in Philly at the Made in America Fest, no worries watch it now….
Jay-Z’s grand entrance began at the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Jay-Z, like Rocky has a rags-to-riches American dream story. He entered from the back of the stage after running down the steps to perform “Public Service Announcement in front of about 50,000 fans. That was followed with the night’s first cameo: a prerecorded video with President Barack Obama, urging Fans to vote…..
“Since you were so good to me, Philly, I’m going to be good to you tonight, Philly,” Jay-Z yelled.
Rappers Pusta T and Big Sean hit the stage, and Kanye West followed, receiving an electrifying roar from the crowd. They performed a medley of hits, such as “Mercy,” ”Dance” and “Can’t Tell Me Nothing.”
Jay-Z also brought out his former protégés and Philadelphians Freeway, Chris and Neff, as well as Memphis Bleek. Common, 2 Chainz and Swizz Beatz also made appearances.
S/O MWP & AP