Blue Ivy and JAY-Z

JAY-Z and Beyonce’s precocious daughter Blue Ivy is beginning to assert herself in a way her mother, Beyonce, never could.

In a sit down chat with talk show veteran David Letterman for his new Netflix show, My Next Guest Needs No Introduction, JAY-Z told Letterman about a touching moment he shared with his daughter.

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Tiffany Haddish Beyonce

DJ Khaled dropped his much-hyped collaboration “Top Off” featuring JAY-Z, Future and Beyonce. JAY-Z and Future were outshined by the pop singer Beyonce, who saves the track from iTunes obscurity. Black Twitter claims there’s more to Beyonce’s verses than meets the eye.

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DJ Khaled and Asahd Khaled

Culture Vulture DJ Khaled dropped his much-hyped single “Top Off” featuring JAY-Z, Future Hendrix, and Beyonce. The track debuted at 6 a.m. Eastern and 3 a.m. on the West Coast. The super producer hyped the track by releasing a cute promo short movie teaser by Ivan Berrios on Thursday night. The teaser stars Khaled and his precocious toddler Asahd Khaled sitting in a drop top Maybach.

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Beyonce and Jay Z on a yacht in Miami

Superstar couple Beyonce and JAY-Z watched the sunset on a luxury yacht with friends and business partner Emory Jones in Miami last week. Earlier in the afternoon Beyonce was seen at the Four Season hotel with her beefed up security and her personal assistant. Beyonce wore ankle length Bo Derek braids while enjoying a refreshing drink!

Photos by BACKGRID

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Beyonce, Jay-Z and Blue Ivy Carter at 60th Annual GRAMMY Awards

Tongues are still wagging over JAY-Z‘s Grammy snub on Sunday. JAY-Z, who already has 21 Grammys to his name, was nominated for 8 more Grammy awards. But Bruno Mars and rapper Kendrick Lamar split the prizes leaving JAY-Z with no awards for his critically acclaimed 4:44 album.

The 47-year-old rapper suffered the indignity of watching lesser artists parade onstage to pick up their trophies while he got nothing.

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Trump curse? Rapper JAY-Z was completely shut out at the 60th Annual GRAMMY Awards, despite leading all GRAMMY nominations with eight at Madison Square Garden on Sunday, January 28, in New York City.

Hours before the live telecast, JAY-Z accomplished something rapper Eminem could not: he got the attention of President Donald Trump on Twitter.com.

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