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The rapper will now play two B-Sides concerts on May 16 and May 17 at a yet-unannounced venue in New York.
The Spanish Baroque-style mansion boasts 13,292 square feet, 26-foot high ceilings and three separate apartments, each of which is approximately 1,000 square feet.
The 45-year-old rapper hosted an exclusive party in Las Vegas on Saturday, May 2 after he and Beyonce Knowles watched the highly-anticipated boxing match.
Nicki Minaj, Jake Gyllenhaal, Michael Keaton, Lil Wayne join the Hollywood A-listers ringside to watch the April 2 fight in the Sin City.
The rapper will play songs that he's never played at concerts or he hasn't played in a decade during the May 13 event which will also be streamed on Tidal.
Hov, who acquired Tidal and relaunched it last month, blames negative stories about the streaming service on unnamed rival companies that are 'spending millions on a smear campaign.'
DJ Skee, who broke the news that the power couple was working on a collaborative album, says the record is almost done and will be premiered exclusively on Tidal.
The video, premiered on Tidal, features footage from the rehearsals for Hova's 2012 benefit shows at Carnegie Hall for the Shawn Carter Foundation.
In one of the photos that she shares on her official website, Beyonce can be seen striking a pose in a crochet monokini.
The song was debuted on the rapper's Tidal over the weekend along with a video showing Bey performing the sweet tribute while playing the piano.
The Bajan beauty sang the new song live for the first time at the March Madness Music Festival over the weekend before making it available on Jay-Z's new music streaming service.
The song, which Bey previews in a cute video featuring her and her daughter Blue Ivy, was reportedly titled 'Bounce' and it was previously previewed during Robinson Cano's birthday party in 2013.
The music beauties all seemed to have fun together while posing for pictures at the launch of Jay-Z's new music streaming service Tidal on Monday, March 30.
Other music's big names like Madonna, Usher, Nicki Minaj and Jack White also turn their Twitter profile picture bright blue to support the streaming service Jay-Z bought earlier this month.
The 'Blank Space' hitmaker teams up with Jay-Z to stream her music after she removed it from the popular site Spotify.