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Beyonce Knowles and her rapper husband attend the red-carpet event along with fellow hip-hop star 50 Cent in the Big Apple.
The 'Single Ladies' hitmaker and the 'Holy Grail' rapper have been seen house hunting in Paris several times over the past month.
In new pictures posted on Beyonce's website, the family can be seen enjoying some quality time together at the Paris museum after wrapping 'On the Run' tour in the city.
A source says that the power couple, who recently wrapped up their joint tour in Paris, will be hitting the recording studio to work on the secret album.
During his headlining set at the annual festival put on by the Global Proverty Project, Hova brings out his wife for the live performances of 'Holy Grail' and 'Young Forever'.
The rapper has reacted to the allegation made by record label TufAmerica, saying that ownership cannot be placed on a single syllable.
Dash Radio's DJ Skee, who's the first to report the collaborative full-length, says that the project may arrive in late 2014 or early 2015.
While performing 'Beach Is Better' during 'On the Run' concert in Paris, Jay-Z supposedly raps 'cause she pregnant with another one'.
The Detroit rapper, who was previously managed by Kevin Liles of KWL Enterprises, will still release his upcoming third album under G.O.O.D. Music.
The former soccer player apparently likes the Jay-Z quote which reads 'Dream Big, Be Unrealistic' so much that he inks it on his skin.
Jay-Z is asking a judge to dismiss the lawsuit filed back in July by Chauncey Mahan, who previously attempted to 'extract a large sum of money in exchange for the return of computer sound files.'
The 'Holy Grail' rapper wishes his wife a happy birthday by posting a video of her having fun during the 'On the Run' tour.
Following persistent rumors suggesting that their marriage is in trouble, the 'Holy Grail' rapper packs on PDA with his wife at the Made in America Festival.
Seeking $3M in damages, a New York musician named Joel McDonald claims the track from 2011's 'Watch the Throne' album is a rip-off of his 2009 song of the same name.
Bey's dad and former manager also hints in an interview with a Houston radio station that a Destiny's Child reunion tour may be coming very soon.