Jay-Z was shown dribbling on the sidelines before the Brooklyn Nets defeated the Knicks in a 96-89 victory in OT. The Nets are 3-0 when Mr. Carter is in the building.
What about 2Pac? Uncle Murda compares B.I.G. to Jay-Z. First 48 drops November 27th.
This is the first episode from Jay-Z‘s Life + Time’s “Road to Brooklyn” series; taking a look at how the Barclays Center arena and new home of the Brooklyn Nets arena came to become a fixture in the borough.
The interesting thing about the video is that it actually shows Brooklyn residents who are for and against the development of the arena. So it shows both sides of the story, rather than just glorify the development, which it could have easily done.
The Forbes “Hip-Hop Cash King” list for 2012 has been released, and topping out the bank is Dr. Dre, who was also the only Hip-Hop celebrity to make the general “Highest-Paid Celebrities” list where he came it at number 5.
Philadelphia got Roc’d over the weekend. Jay-Z performed “99 Problems” and “Bonnie & Clyde”. Hov still has the game in his pocket at his age. Memphis Bleek and Freeway after the jump.
Jay-Z is trying to breath new life into his Rocawear fashion label and has just released a new ad campaign, “Marcy To Barclays.” It basically follows Hov from the Marcy Projects to the opening of the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
Extended version after the jump…