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Mind the Gap! Jay Z Takes the Tube with Chris Martin | Jay-Z

Jay Z Takes the Tube with Coldplay's Chris Martin

Originally posted 10/14/2013 11:30AM

Just call him an underground rapper.

On Saturday, Jay Z took the London tube to his concert at the O2 Arena. Joined by Timbaland and Coldplay frontman Chris Martin, Hov and crew boarded the train at the Waterloo station in Central London, E! News reports.

The Arena even Tweeted, "Love that Jay Z got the tube here last night," sharing a photo of the famous passengers.

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Jay-Z: Blue Ivy Is 'My Biggest Fan'

Jay-Z: Blue Ivy Is 'My Biggest Fan'

Originally posted 10/01/2013 12:05PM

Blue Ivy Carter is only 18 months old, but it's already clear she's got her father's taste in music.

Jay-Z, 43, says he recently started playing his new album, Magna Carta Holy Grail, around the house and it's a bona fide hit with his daughter.

"She loves all the songs," he tells Vanity Fair in its November cover story. "She plays a song and she goes, 'More, Daddy, more ... Daddy song.' She’s my biggest fan."

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Picasso Baby! Jay-Z to Perform Song for Six Hours Straight at N.Y.C. Art Gallery

Jay-Z Attempts to Perform Song for Six Hours Straight at New York City Art Gallery

Originally posted 07/10/2013 05:00PM

If Kanye West is the Steve Jobs of "Internet, downtown, fashion, culture", then call Jay-Z Picasso.

On Wednesday, the rapper set out to perform his song "Picasso Baby" from his latest release Magna Carta Holy Grail for six hours at New York City's Pace Gallery, Complex.com reports.

Thanks to some social media savvy fans, Hov's gallery show hit the Internet long before he completed his rapping spree:

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