Made in America
It looks like Jay Z’s ambitious move to bring the Made in America festival to Los Angeles was a one-time deal.
Kanye West will have a little more to do now when it comes to Jay Z’s annual Made in America shows.
For the first time, Made in America will travel to two different cities over two days, with both Philadelphia and Los Angeles getting in on Jay Z’s annual festival.
Yep, Jay’s going bi-coastal for this year’s Made in America, which will run in both L.A. and Philly on the same exact weekend.
“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.
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