WATCH JAY Z’S B-SIDES TIDAL CONCERT IN ITS ENTIRETY

In support of his Tidal streaming service, Jay Z took to New York to perform a concert full of “B-Sides.” Of course it was amazing and featured the likes of Memphis Bleek, Freeway, Jeezy, Young Gunz, Jay Electronica & Beanie Sigel. You can watch it in its entirety right here.

B-Sides Set List

“Dynasty Intro”
“Young, Gifted & Black Freestyle”
“Pump It Up Freestyle”
“Streets Is Watching”
“Friend Or Foe”
“Where I’m From”
“Say Hello”
“Tidal Freestyle”
“Politics As Usual”
“Guess Who’s Back”
“Show You How”
“Jigga My N*gga”
“Hovi Baby”
“22 Twos”
“U Don’t Know”
“A Million And One/Rhyme No More”
“So Ghetto”
“D’Evils”
“Marcyville” over a reworked “Murder Was The Case”
“This Can’t Be Live”
“Party Life”
“Success”
“Ignorant Sh*t”
“Grammy Family Freestyle”
“Takeover”
“You, Me, Him, & Her” with Memphis Bleek & Beanie Sigel
“What We Do” (Freeway)
“Clique”
“We Made It Freestyle” with Jay Electronica
“Exhibit C” (Jay Electronica)
“Go Crazy” with Jeezy
“Who Dat” (Jeezy)
“Can I Live”
“In My Lifetime (Remix)”
“Feelin’ It”
“Imaginary Player”
“Dead Presidents pt.1”
“It’s Like That”
“Never Change”
“Momma Loved Me”
“The Thrill Is Gone” (BB King Tribute)
“Allure”
“National Anthem” (Jimi Hendrix)
“P.S.A.”

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N.O.R.E. DISCUSSES ENDING HIS BEEF WITH NAS

Remember when Nas and N.O.R.E. has beef? It’s been so long since that was actually a thing. Well, it’s not anymore. In an interview with VladTV, 1/2 of CNN explains where their friendship went wrong and how 2DopeBoyz was the catalyst in mending their relationship.

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QUEST FOR CUBA: QUESTLOVE BRINGS THE FUNK TO HAVANA (MINI-DOCUMENTARY)

In April of this year, Questlove took advantage of President Obama lifting some travel restrictions with Cuba and made a trip down to the island. Okayplayer documents his journey.

In addition to two nights of DJing, Questlove made good use of his time in Havana, engaging in extensive cultural research both by digging up some classic Cuban-made vinyl and by visiting the legendary EGREM studios, where most–if not all–of those classic sessions were recorded.