Jay-Z adds several music videos to his official Vevo channel
Watch “On To The Next One”, “Empire State Of Mind”, and more.
Shawn Corey Carter turned 52 on December 4. The Rock & Roll Hall of Famer, better known as Jay-Z, took the opportunity to give his fans a gift.
December 4, Official Jay-Z Vevo Page released several previously released music videos. A total of twelve videos from the Brooklyn native’s career have been added to the channel.
“Holy Grail” featuring Justin Timberlake, “On To The Next One” featuring Swizz Beatz and “Empire State Of Mind” featuring Alicia Keys were among the visuals added to YouTube. A live rendition of “Run This Town” is also available for viewing.
In 2021, Jay-Z contributed to two high-profile movie soundtracks. “What It Feels Like” featuring Nipsey Hussle appeared on Judas and the Black Messiah: The Inspired Album. The billionaire has also collaborated with Kid Cudi as well as Jadakiss and Conway the Machine for The more they fall soundtrack.
Jay-Z hasn’t released a full solo studio album since achieving Platinum certification in 2017. 4:44. However, Hov has teamed up with Beyoncé for 2018’s. all is love, and he contributed heavily to Grammy-nominated Jay Electronica A written testimony in 2020.
Last month, Jay-Z became the most nominated recording artist in Grammy history. The Roc Nation founder has racked up 80 career nominations. Their 23 Grammy wins are the most of all time for a Hip Hop group.
CORRECTION: The original title of the article read: “Jay-Z adds several music videos to his official YouTube channel”. All references to YouTube have been changed to Vevo because Jay-Z’s Roc Nation specifically structured a deal with the main video hosting service owned by the label.