Jay-Z Returns to the Q in November


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Jay-Z performing at the Q in 2014. - JOE KLEON
  • Joe Kleon
  • Jay-Z performing at the Q in 2014.
Likely to be nominated and inducted into the Rock Hall in his first year of eligibility in 2020, rapper and hip-hop mogul Jay-Z continues to release albums that matter.

His latest effort, 4:44, includes cameos from Frank Ocean, Damian Marley, Beyoncé and his mother, Gloria Carter.

Songs such as the slow-mo “The Story of OJ” and “Smile” sound like urban fairytales as Jay-Z raps about a few of his personal trials and tribulations and makes references to the gentrification of his native Brooklyn.

This morning, Jay-Z announced the dates for his tour in support of the album. He’ll perform on Nov. 19 at Quicken Loans Arena.

TIDAL members will have access to a special presale beginning at noon today. Members can find details for purchasing tickets at TIDAL.com. Citi cardmembers can also purchase tickets today at noon.

Tickets go on sale to the general public at 10 a.m. on Friday at livenation.com. VIP Packages are available at VIPNation.com.

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