[5 of 10 customers found this review helpful]
Saw Hova at UCLA three days ago...My husband and I see him every time he comes to L.A. and the BP3 show was by far his best concert ever. There was palpable electricty in the arena - the vibe was crazy. He felt it, we felt it - any Jay Z fan would give anything to experience a night like that. He makes it known that he appreciates his fans for sure - ..."Could have been anywhere in the world tonight...but you chose to be here with me..." OF COURSE WE DID!! Can't wait to see him again in March...get your tickets quick L.A....Staples is gonna fill up fast. HOVEE BABY!!
[2 of 5 customers found this review helpful]
HAD A WONDERFUL TIME
[6 of 10 customers found this review helpful]
Jay Z 10/15/08 Hollywood Palladium
[2 of 3 customers found this review helpful]
Well the concert was great the wait was to long but when it started everyone pretty much forgot about the long wait it was great i would love to go agian. [...]
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Madison Square Garden hosted Jay Z's celebratory retirement concert in 2003. What was supposed to be a show marking the end of Jay Z's studio days had performances by Missy Elliott, Beyonce, Ghostface Killah and Mary J. Blige. Jay Z tickets for this concert went for incredible prices since fans thought it may be the last time they would see him perform live. The retirement show laid the groundwork for his feature film "Fade to Black." Soon after, Jay Z began to produce records for other artists, including Fort Minor, and even released a greatest hits compilation.
Jay Z did not stay retired for long however, as 2006 saw the release of his comeback album Kingdom Come. The album went on to sell over 2 million albums in the U.S. and proved that even though once retired, Jay Z was far from done in the music business. Jay Z continued his success when he paired with Rihanna on the song "Umbrella." The song remained at number one for seven weeks on the Hot 100 chart. This was Jay Z's first number one single since he teamed with Beyonce for "Crazy in Love."
In November of 2007 Jay Z released American Gangster, his tenth studio album. Inspired by the movie of the same name, the album was not considered the official soundtrack. Jay Z himself has called the album "the indie-film version of American Gangster" as it portrays his life in comparison to the character Denzel Washington played in the movie. The number one status of this album on charts gave Jay Z the distinction of being tied with only Elvis Presley for the second most number one albums of all time.
Once again on top of the hip hop mountain, Jay Z is hitting the road. Known for pairing with other hip-hop artists like Eminem, you know that a Jay Z concert will please all types of hip-hop palates. According to fan reviews, young Jay Z or older, it does not matter, the hip-hop maestro just keeps getting better.
Do not miss out on the experience; get your Jay Z concert tickets now, hollah!
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