Made in America
“Made In America is a bigger idea than just a concert.” Jay Z isn’t short on ambition, but in a landscape that also includes Coachella, Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, can another “destination festival” — even one curated by Jay — really be more than “just a concert?”
Calvin Harris turned in a beautiful (looking and sounding) set while Miguel turned it up and turned us on.
Beyonce got sexy & grown with her Mrs. Carter World Tour show and A$AP Rocky was so late he nearly missed the whole thing.
Jay-Z released a statement Friday (April 19) detailing his departure from the Brooklyn Nets as co-owner, in favor of developing his own sports management brand, Roc Nation Sports. He explained in the post that NBA rules […]
Jay-Z embodies the “Empire State of Mind,” according to New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who praised the rapper in an essay for TIME’s annual 100 most influential list. Bloomberg’s mayoral perspective shines through in the […]
Beyonce and Nine Inch Nails will be headlining Jay-Z‘s second annual Made in America festival, to be held August 31st and September 1st at Philadelphia’s Benjamin Franklin Parkway, the rap mogul announced Wednesday (April 10). […]
Jay-Z is teasing fans with a taste of what’s to come at his second annual Made in America festival that is scheduled to take over Philadelphia’s Benjamin Franklin Parkway this summer. The rapper posted a video […]
According to rap mogul Jay-Z, Kurt Cobain and Nirvana were so popular in the early ’90s that the entire hip-hop movement had to simply take a time out while grunge ran its course.
Public Enemy’s Chuck D opened up about the legendary group’s decision to turn down Jay-Z’s request to perform at the Made in America Festival, which took place in Philadelphia on Labor Day weekend.
Music superstars from all around the country (and beyond) descended upon Philadelphia to light up the “Budweiser Made In America” festival on Labor Day weekend. But a few notable Philly artists gave the celebration a touch of hometown pride.