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Jay & B Hit the Road
Hip-Hop’s reigning king & queen, Jay Z and Beyonce, are teaming up for their first co-headlining international stadium tour. Just to toast the momentous power duo going on the road, eBay created this collection of pieces inspired by the Carters. The most fab item up for auction? Two tickets to the Baltimore show by an eBay seller. Jump on the spare tix here. 

 

Jay & B Hit the Road

Hip-Hop’s reigning king & queen, Jay Z and Beyonce, are teaming up for their first co-headlining international stadium tour. Just to toast the momentous power duo going on the road, eBay created this collection of pieces inspired by the Carters. The most fab item up for auction? Two tickets to the Baltimore show by an eBay seller. Jump on the spare tix here

 

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Jay Z Teams up with Barneys
Behold the collabo between Jay Z and Barneys, a limited edition collection called A New York Holiday, which includes concept windows. Each of the products come in either black, white, silver, or gold. To read more, visit Barneys.
(Photo: Courtesy of nylonmag. Text: Jauretsi)

Jay Z Teams up with Barneys

Behold the collabo between Jay Z and Barneys, a limited edition collection called A New York Holiday, which includes concept windows. Each of the products come in either black, white, silver, or gold. To read more, visit Barneys.

(Photo: Courtesy of nylonmag. Text: Jauretsi)

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Jay & Marina
This week, Jay Z stepped into Pace gallery in New York and recreated the infamous 2010 MOMA performance art piece by legendary Marina Abramovic. A few handpicked invitees were allowed to sit and have a “stare-off” with Jay as he rapped his new single “Picasso Baby,” a song that references 16 artists. Here’s Marina as the grand finale! 
See the slideshow — surely, an afternoon worthy of playing hooky on a weekday. While you’re at it, pick up a book on Marina Abramovic on eBay. 
(Photo: Photographed by Mimi Ritzen Crawford, courtesy of vogue. Text by Jauretsi)

Jay & Marina

This week, Jay Z stepped into Pace gallery in New York and recreated the infamous 2010 MOMA performance art piece by legendary Marina Abramovic. A few handpicked invitees were allowed to sit and have a “stare-off” with Jay as he rapped his new single “Picasso Baby,” a song that references 16 artists. Here’s Marina as the grand finale! 

See the slideshow — surely, an afternoon worthy of playing hooky on a weekday. While you’re at it, pick up a book on Marina Abramovic on eBay. 

(Photo: Photographed by Mimi Ritzen Crawford, courtesy of vogue. Text by Jauretsi)

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An Education on Hip Hop

Artist Jay Shells loves hip hop. Meticulously listening to rap lyrics containing geographic points in New York, Jay makes it his duty create and post the relative words to it’s corresponding block. For the rest of New Yorker’s (or visitors) this converts New York streets into a sort of museum of the genre paying homage to names such as Kanye, Jay-Z, Big Daddy Kane, Nas, and Mos Def. You can see his process here in this video. 

(Photos: Courtesy of The Gothamist. Text by Jauretsi)

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Jay & B’s Visit to The Cuban Cafe

As a follow up to our lunch at Art Basel for artist Jose Parla hosted by The Inside Source and Art Ruby, here’s a fresh snapshot of the following blow out party celebrating the Cuban project, Wrinkles of the City. Hello hip hop royalty!Co-conspirator JR pictured with Jose too. 

(Photo: 1. JR, Beyonce, Jay Z, Jose Parla 2. Jose Parla and JR. Courtesy of French Vogue. Text by Jauretsi)