For those who didn't get a chance to watch Jay-Z performed in front of a sold-out crowd in New York, may soon watch it for free via web stream.
With his album up at the top position of Billboard Hot 200 chart, it's time for Jay-Z to celebrate the victory with his fans. The rapper has just tied a deal with MSN Control Room to broadcast his recent New York concert for free.
To promote his latest effort 'American Gangster', Jay has conducted a short tour that visited five cities. The sold out gig at Hammerstein Ballroom on Sunday, November 11 will be broadcast on a web stream for fans to watch his performance with no cost. This would be the same gig when he paid condolences to Kanye West's mother who died on Saturday, November 10.
Log on to Music.msn.com/jayz starting from Monday, November 19 to access the concert.
Despite announcing a retirement after his 2003 album, Jay-Z has just scored his tenth #1 album through 'American Gangster'. The album that was produced less than a year put the rapper in ties with legendary singer Elvis Presley.
Jay said that he owed much of the success to his fellow rapper, P. Diddy. "When I get there, he plays me all this 70s-style music - keys and horns - and it takes me back to my childhood," Jay gushed.