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Jay-Z @ Staples

JIGGA BRINGS N.Y. TO L.A.: Jay-Z tore the roof off Staples Center,” our own Jason Hashaway (better known by his rap moniker J-Best)  says of Friday night’s concert. “He did ‘Empire State of Mind’ with a hot girl named Bridget Kelly, signed to his Roc Nation label. Trey Songz, who opened the show, got everyone in the mood for great music. At 9, Jay-Z surprisingly comes out next, wowing the crowd, and in the middle of the set who comes out of the floor—just like Jay-Z in his opening—but Young Jeezy, supplying massive energy to the arena. While Jeezy is on stage, Ice Cube comes out and everybody just loses it. Cube goes into a couple of his classic West Coast anthems and leaves Jeezy to man the stage, until no other then our Shalomie Jigga comes back to bless the crowd with what he calls 'Overtime'—a medley of  his rich classics, which ultimately led him to create The Blueprint 3. Memphis Bleek made it a special night for his Hova. Overall, it was much like the concert Jay did on the Fuse network at Madison Square Garden, another really great show.” (3/29a)

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