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Jay Z Bio

Jay Z is one of the most important rappers in the history of hip-hop. His rise to fame in the late 1990s helped fill the void left by the passing of the Notorious B.I.G. and Tupac Shakur, and his enduring success in the rap genre has influenced a generation of new hip-hop stars. Jay Z has used his musical talents to build an empire that now includes everything from a sports talent agency to a music streaming service – and it all started on the streets of Brooklyn.

Jay Z was born Shawn Corey Carter on December 4, 1969 in Brooklyn, New York. He was raised in the Marcy Houses, a public housing project in the lower-class neighborhood of Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn. Carter and his three siblings were raised by a single mother after their father walked out on the family. In the Marcy Houses, Carter encountered the tough truths that would influence his music for years. He dealt crack cocaine and lived in an environment that encouraged crime and violence.

Carter found his love of music early – he kept his siblings up all night while practicing drum beats, and when his mother gave him a boom box, he began to practice freestyling. Carter was far from the only rapper in the neighborhood: he went to highschool with several other future stars, including the Notorious B.I.G. Carter rapped frequently around his neighborhood and soon earned the nickname “Jazzy,” which would eventually turn into his stage name, Jay-Z (later changed to simply Jay Z).

As “Jay-Z,” Carter began to get some exposure in the rap world. He was featured on Big Daddy Kane’s 1994 album Daddy’s Home, and later on tracks from Big L and Mic Geronimo. Soon, Jay Z recorded his own debut single, “In My Lifetime.”

“In My Lifetime” had been released by Payday Records, but Jay Z wasn’t satisfied with the label and soon struck out on his own. He founded his own record company, Roc-A-Fella Records. It was one of the first signs of an empire that would one day sell much more than Jay Z albums and Jay Z tickets.

Along with Priority Records, Rock-A-Fella released Jay Z’s debut album, Reasonable Doubt. The record was a critical and commercial success, peaking at number 23 on the Billboard 200 and establishing Jay Z as one of rap’s rising stars.

Jay Z reached a new distribution deal with Def Jam after the success of Reasonable Doubt. He followed up his hit debut with four more strong albums in as many years: In My Lifetime, Vol. 1 (1997), Vol. 2... Hard Knock Life(1998), Vol. 3... Life and Times of S. Carter (1999), and The Dynasty: Roc La Familia (2000). He also took further steps in his business career, establishing a clothing company called Rocawear.

Jay Z had enjoyed an early run of success, but it was his sixth album, The Blueprint (2001), that would catapult him into superstardom. The Blueprint was an instant classic and established Jay Z as one of the greatest rappers working in the genre. The Blueprint debuted at number 1 on the Billboard 200 and was certified double platinum.

The early 2000s were a huge turning point in Jay Z’s career. His rise helped fill the vacuum in East Coast rap left by the passing of the Notorious B.I.G., and his feud with fellow New York City rapper Nas remains one of the most famous beefs in rap history. Jay-Z followed up The Blueprint with The Blueprint 2: The Gift & the Curse (2002), another huge album.

The early 2000s were also a key time in Jay Z’s personal life. During the recording of The Blueprint 2: The Gift & the Curse, he recorded a track with Beyoncé Knowles. The two began dating, though they did not initially acknowledge that fact publicly. Years later, they would marry.

Jay Z’s next album was another classic. The Black Album (2003) was hugely influential record. It was initially supposed to be Jay Z’s last: the rapper announced that he would soon retire. Fans rushed to buy Jay Z tickets for the last time.

Luckily for his huge fan base, Jay Z’s retirement didn’t stick. He instead focused on side projects for a short time before returning to his solo career. Jay Z has a long history of working on collaborations. His rise to fame was aided by collaborations with established stars like the Notorious B.I.G.; his more recent collaborations have been with stars whose careers Jay Z himself helped to develop, like Kanye West.

Three years after The Black Album, Jay Z was back in action. He released Kingdom Come in 2006 and American Gangster, a soundtrack to the film of the same name, in 2007. Jay Z returned to his Blueprint series in 2009 with the album The Blueprint 3.

The late 2000s marked more than just a return to the spotlight for Jay Z – they also marked big changes in his personal life. He married his longtime girlfriend, pop superstar Beyoncé, in 2008.

Today, Jay Z’s empire is bigger than ever. In addition to his early ventures, like his record company and the clothing company Rocawear, Jay Z has founded and acquired a wide variety of businesses. Jay Z became a part-owner of the Brooklyn Nets before selling his stake in order to launch a sports talent agency called Roc Nation Sports in 2013. He purchased a Norwegian music streaming service and began to push that service, Tidal, in 2015.

In art, Jay Z is similarly diversified. He wrote a memoir called Decoded in 2010, and has also starred in and produced films for the big screen.

Through all of this, Jay Z has never neglected his rap career. His latest album, Magna Carta Holy Grail, came out in 2013, and Jay Z has toured frequently since. Despite his busy personal and business life, Jay Z continues to give fans new and old alike more chances to get their hands on Jay Z tickets.

Top 3 Jay-Z Tracks:

No Church In The Wild

Jay-Z Albums

Reasonable Doubt
  • Can't Knock the Hustle (featuring Mary J. Blige)
  • Politics as Usual
  • Brooklyn's Finest (featuring The Notorious B.I.G.)
  • Dead Presidents II
  • Feelin' It
  • D'evils
  • 22 Two's
  • Can I Live
  • Ain't No Nigga (featuring Foxy Brown)
  • Friend or Foe
  • Coming of Age (featuring Memphis Bleek)
  • Cashmere Thoughts
  • Bring It On (featuring Sauce Money & Big Jaz)
  • Regrets
In My Lifetime, Vol. 1
  • Intro/A Million & One Questions/Rhyme No More
  • The City Is Mine (featuring Blackstreet)
  • I Know What Girls Like (featuring Lil' Kim & Puff Daddy)
  • Imaginary Player
  • Streets Is Watching
  • Friend or Foe '98
  • Lucky Me
  • (Always Be My) Sunshine (featuring Foxy Brown & Babyface)
  • Who You Wit II
  • Face Off (featuring Sauce Money)
  • Real Niggaz (featuring Too $hort)
  • Rap Game/Crack Game
  • Where I'm From (featuring Scratches by DJ Premier)
  • You Must Love Me (featuring Kelly Price)
Vol. 2... Hard Knock Life
  • Intro - Hand It Down (performed by Memphis Bleek)
  • Hard Knock Life (Ghetto Anthem)
  • If I Should Die (featuring Da Ranjahz)
  • Ride or Die
  • Nigga What, Nigga Who (Originator 99) (featuring Amil & Big Jaz)
  • Money, Cash, Hoes (featuring DMX)
  • A Week Ago (featuring Too $hort)
  • Coming of Age (Da Sequel) (featuring Memphis Bleek)
  • Can I Get A... (featuring Ja Rule & Amil)
  • Paper Chase (featuring Foxy Brown)
  • Reservoir Dogs (featuring The LOX, Beanie Sigel & Sauce Money)
  • It's Like That (featuring Kid Capri & Liz Leite)
  • It's Alright (featuring Memphis Bleek)
  • Money Ain't a Thang (featuring Jermaine Dupri)
Vol. 3... Life and Times of S. Carter
  • Hova Song (Intro)
  • So Ghetto
  • Do It Again (Put Ya Hands Up) (featuring Beanie Sigel & Amil)
  • Dope Man (featuring Serena Altschul)
  • Things That U Do (featuring Mariah Carey)
  • It's Hot (Some Like It Hot)
  • Snoopy Track (featuring Juvenile)
  • S. Carter (featuring Amil)
  • Pop 4 Roc (featuring Beanie Sigel, Memphis Bleek & Amil)
  • Watch Me (featuring Dr. Dre)
  • Big Pimpin' (featuring UGK)
  • There's Been a Murder
  • Come and Get Me
  • NYMP
  • Hova Song (Outro)
  • Jigga My Nigga (hidden bonus track)
  • Girl's Best Friend (hidden bonus track)
The Dynasty: Roc La Familia
  • Intro
  • Change the Game (featuring Memphis Bleek, Beanie Sigel & Static Major)
  • I Just Wanna Love U (Give It 2 Me) (featuring Pharrell Williams & Omillio Sparks)
  • Streets Is Talking (featuring Beanie Sigel)
  • This Can't Be Life (featuring Beanie Sigel & Scarface)
  • Get Your Mind Right Mami (featuring Memphis Bleek, Snoop Dogg & Rell)
  • Stick 2 the Script (featuring Beanie Sigel & DJ Clue?)
  • You, Me, Him and Her (featuring Beanie Sigel, Memphis Bleek & Amil)
  • Guilty Until Proven Innocent (featuring R. Kelly)
  • Parking Lot Pimpin' (featuring Beanie Sigel, Memphis Bleek & Lil' Mo)
  • Holla (performed by Memphis Bleek)
  • 1-900-Hustler (featuring Beanie Sigel, Memphis Bleek & Freeway)
  • The R.O.C. (performed by Beanie Sigel & Memphis Bleek)
  • Soon You'll Understand
  • Squeeze 1st
  • Where Have You Been (featuring Beanie Sigel & L. Dionne)
The Blueprint
  • The Ruler's Back
  • Takeover
  • Izzo (H.O.V.A.)
  • Girls, Girls, Girls
  • Jigga That Nigga
  • U Don't Know
  • Hola' Hovito
  • Heart of the City (Ain't No Love)
  • Never Change (featuring Kanye West)
  • Song Cry
  • All I Need
  • Renegade (featuring Eminem)
  • Blueprint (Momma Loves Me)
The Best of Both Worlds
  • The Best of Both Worlds
  • Take You Home with Me a.k.a. Body
  • Break Up to Make Up
  • It Ain't Personal
  • The Streets
  • Green Light (featuring Beanie Sigel)
  • Naked (R. Kelly solo)
  • Shake Ya Body (featuring Lil' Kim)
  • Somebody's Girl
  • Get This Money
  • Shorty
  • Honey (featuring the Bee Gees)
  • Pussy (featuring Devin the Dude)
The Blueprint2: The Gift & The Curse
  • A Dream (featuring Faith Evans & The Notorious B.I.G.)
  • Hovi Baby
  • The Watcher 2 (featuring Dr. Dre, Rakim & Truth Hurts)
  • '03 Bonnie & Clyde (featuring Beyoncé)
  • Excuse Me Miss (featuring Pharrell)
  • What They Gonna Do (featuring Sean Paul & Michael W. Smith)
  • All Around the World (featuring LaToiya Williams)
  • Poppin' Tags (featuring Big Boi, Killer Mike & Twista)
  • Fuck All Nite (featuring Pharrell)
  • The Bounce (featuring Kanye West)
  • I Did It My Way
The Black Album
  • Interlude
  • December 4th
  • What More Can I Say
  • Encore
  • Change Clothes (featuring Pharrell)
  • Dirt Off Your Shoulder
  • Threat
  • Moment of Clarity
  • 99 Problems
  • Public Service Announcement (Interlude)
  • Justify My Thug
  • Lucifer
  • Allure
  • My 1st Song
Kingdom Come
  • The Prelude
  • Oh My God
  • Kingdom Come
  • Show Me What You Got
  • Lost One (featuring Chrisette Michele)
  • Do U Wanna Ride (featuring John Legend)
  • 30 Something
  • I Made It
  • Anything (featuring Usher & Pharrell)
  • Hollywood (featuring Beyoncé)
  • Trouble
  • Dig a Hole (featuring Sterling Simms)
  • Minority Report (featuring Ne-Yo)
  • Beach Chair (featuring Chris Martin)
American Gangster
  • Intro
  • Pray
  • American Dreamin'
  • Hello Brooklyn 2.0 (featuring Lil Wayne)
  • No Hook
  • Roc Boys (And the Winner Is)...
  • Sweet
  • I Know (featuring Pharrell)
  • Party Life
  • Ignorant Shit (featuring Beanie Sigel)
  • Say Hello
  • Success (featuring Nas)
  • Fallin'
  • Blue Magic
  • American Gangster
The Blueprint 3
  • What We Talkin' About (featuring Luke Steele)
  • Thank You
  • D.O.A. (Death of Auto-Tune)
  • Run This Town (featuring Rihanna and Kanye West)
  • Empire State of Mind (featuring Alicia Keys)
  • Real as It Gets (featuring Young Jeezy)
  • On to the Next One (featuring Swizz Beatz)
  • Off That (featuring Drake)
  • A Star Is Born (featuring J. Cole)
  • Venus vs. Mars
  • Already Home (featuring Kid Cudi)
  • Hate (featuring Kanye West)
  • Reminder
  • So Ambitious (featuring Pharrell Williams)
  • Young Forever (featuring Mr Hudson)
Watch the Throne
  • No Church in the Wild (featuring Frank Ocean)
  • Lift Off (featuring Beyoncé)
  • Niggas in Paris
  • Otis (featuring Otis Redding)
  • Gotta Have It
  • New Day
  • That's My Bitch
  • Welcome to the Jungle
  • Who Gon Stop Me
  • Murder to Excellence
  • Made in America (featuring Frank Ocean)
  • Why I Love You (featuring Mr Hudson)
Magna Carta Holy Grail
  • Holy Grail (featuring Justin Timberlake)
  • Picasso Baby
  • Tom Ford
  • FuckWithMeYouKnowIGotIt (featuring Rick Ross)
  • Oceans (featuring Frank Ocean)
  • F.U.T.W.
  • Somewhereinamerica
  • Crown
  • Heaven
  • Versus
  • Part II (On the Run) (featuring Beyoncé)
  • Beach Is Better
  • BBC
  • JAY Z Blue
  • La Familia
  • Nickels and Dimes

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$10.00 Jay-Z — 12/14/2017
Moda Center; Portland, OR
$10.00 Jay-Z — 11/01/2017
Save Mart Center; Fresno, CA
$17.00 Jay-Z — 10/27/2017
Honda Center; Anaheim, CA
$18.00 Jay-Z — 12/06/2017
Pinnacle Bank Arena; Lincoln, NE
$21.00 Jay-Z — 12/16/2017
Oracle Arena; Oakland, CA
$21.00 Jay-Z — 11/15/2017
Bridgestone Arena; Nashville, TN
$23.00 Jay Z — 11/23/2017
Air Canada Centre; Toronto, ON
$24.00 Jay-Z — 10/28/2017
T-Mobile Arena; Las Vegas, NV
$25.00 Jay-Z — 12/09/2017
Rogers Place; Edmonton, AB
$25.00 Jay-Z — 11/03/2017
Talking Stick Resort Arena; Phoenix, AZ

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The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$522.00Jay-Z — 12/21/2017
The Forum; Inglewood, CA
$323.00Bad Boy Family Reunion with Puff Daddy, Jay-Z, Mary J. Blige and Lil Kim — 05/20/2016
Barclays Center; Brooklyn, NY
$243.00Tidal X — 10/20/2015
Barclays Center; Brooklyn, NY
$157.00Jay-Z — 12/05/2017
United Center; Chicago, IL
$125.00Jay Z — 05/16/2015
Terminal 5; New York, NY
$100.00Bad Boy Family Reunion with Puff Daddy, Jay-Z, Mary J. Blige and Lil Kim — 05/21/2016
Barclays Center; Brooklyn, NY
$94.00Jay-Z — 11/29/2017
Verizon Center; Washington, DC
$91.00Jay-Z — 11/16/2017
Spectrum Center; Charlotte, NC
$72.00Jay-Z — 12/02/2017
Nassau Coliseum; Uniondale, NY
$67.00Jay-Z — 12/11/2017
Rogers Arena; Vancouver, BC