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The Miami Heat do so well on the court because they always find a way to have fun as a unit off the court.
Brooklyn’s boy, better know as Jay Z, wasn’t to be denied at this year’s GRAMMY awards. Following a show starting (and eye opening) performance with his wife Beyoncé, the MC took home the Best Rap/Sung Collaboration award for his Justin Timberlake-assisted hit “Holy Grail.”
And just like that, Jay Z unveiled a visual for his current single “Holy Grail,” featuring Justin Timberlake, moments ago via Facebook. Perhaps this was the basis for his recent rendezvous with the social media platform’s creator, Mark Zuckerberg.
As promised, BBC delivers the second installment of Zane Lowe’s candid discussion with Jay-Z. This time, the Brooklyn legend reveals why he couldn’t allow “Holy Grail” to end up on Watch The Throne, despite Kanye West’s protests, and more.
If this is a sneak peek at the Legends of the Summer tour, it’s already a winner. Last night (July 13), Jay-Z and Justin Timberlake performed “Holy Grail” at the Yahoo! Wireless Festival in London.
In case you didn’t download the Magna Carta app or are fighting the urge to listen to an illicit copy of Magna Carta Holy Grail, Jay-Z made his new album’s lead track, “Holy Grail,” available to stream.
UPDATE 2 (6/27/2013): We receive a new set of lyrics for “Part II (On The Run),” featuring Jay-Z’s wife Beyoncé. It is reportedly the sequel to “Bonnie & Clyde ’03.” Find that after the jump. UPDATE: Moments ago, Jay-Z liberated the lyrics to a Magna Carta Holy Grail track featuring Frank Ocean, aptly titled “Oceans.” See […]
At this point, no one is surprised by anything Jay-Z does. This includes the unprecented rollout for his forthcoming Magna Carta Holy Grail LP. Tomorrow (June 25), fans will receive the project’s first release, “Holy Grail,” featuring Justin Timberlake, but before then, Hov previews lyrics from the song via his Google Play app.