Jay Z Reunites With Roc-a-Fella Members at B-Side

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Jay Z’s B-Side show on Sunday night at Terminal 5 in New York City gave  special contest winners a chance to hear classic hits from Reasonable Doubt, The Black Album, and as promised by TIDAL, exclusive freestyles and remixes.

 

The show opened with 1500 or Nothin lending their blues and hip-hop infused sound to “The Dynasty: Roc La Familia,” while DJ Guru and Just Blaze controlled the boards. The 99 Problems rapper performed fan favorites like “Young Gifted & Black,” “Friend Or Foe,” “Politics as Usual,” “Hovi Baby,” “Jigga My N*gga,” and more.

 

Hov continued to amaze fans with a Roc-a-Fella family reunion when he bought out long time friend Memphis Bleek, former signee — Beanie Sigal, and Freeway to perform “You, Me, Him, & Her” and “What We Do.”The stage resembled a scene of State Property, although Harlem natives, Dame Dash and Dipset, weren’t in attendance.

 

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Jay Z’s fast-forward to some of his recent singles like the We Made It Freestyle, with help from Roc Nation signee, Jay Electronica. Then the two shared a brotherly connection in a second performance of “Exhibit C.”

 

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The night took a turn as Hov took the time to recognize the death of rising Coke Boy artist, Chinx Drugs, Freddie Gray, and Mike Brown in a never before heard freestyle.

 

Towards the end of the show Hov asked the audience for a moment of silence for the late B.B. King and payed homage to Jimmy Hendricks, in a guitar solo of the National Anthem.

 

Fans along with celebrities like Beyoncé, Dwayne Wade, Carmelo Anthony, and wife Lala enjoyed a set of over 20 songs. Take a look at the set list below.

 

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

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