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Friday, September 12th, 2014

Jay Z Serves Up ‘Pound Cake’ to Manchester Magna Carta Fans

Jay-Z-Magna-Carta-TourJay Z started his Magna Carta World Tour this weekend, but his set list’s range was much wider than his new album. Hov gave his English fans songs ranging from Reasonable Doubt to his newest offering from Drake’s Nothing Was The Same’s “Pound Cake.”

According to vibe.com:

“During his Magna Carta World Tour kick-off show in Manchester, England this week, Hov performed his feature on Drake’s new album Nothing Was the Same for the first time ever. The 2-part track, ‘Pound Cake/Paris Morton Music 2′ features Jay Z on the Sara Lee-friendly first slice of the song. Jigga sandwiched ‘Pound Cake’ into his set after ‘Dead Presidents II’ off his 1996 Reasonable Doubt debut. Other songs from Hov’s 30-track set included ‘Holy Grail,’ ‘Fuckwithmeyouknowigotit,’ ‘Oceans,’ ‘Empire State of Mind,’ ‘Run This Town, ‘Tom Ford,’ ‘Encore’ and ‘Izzo (H.O.V.A.)’”

Jay Z, who recently graced the cover of Vanity Fair, announced the Magna Carta World Tour last month and is scheduled to hit North America in November.

Check out Jay Z’s Manchester performance, and the North American tour dates below.

MAGNA CARTA WORLD TOUR – NORTH AMERICA

November 30th           St. Paul, MN               Xcel Energy Center
December 1st              Lincoln, NE                 Pinnacle Bank Arena
December 2nd             Denver, CO                 Pepsi Center
December 6th              Anaheim, CA              Honda Center
December 7th               San Diego, CA            Valley View Casino Center
December 9th               Los Angeles, CA         Staples Center
December 10th             Fresno, CA                 Save Mart Center
December 11th             San Jose, CA               SAP Center at San Jose
December 13th             Las Vegas, NV            Mandalay Bay Events Center
December 18th             Oklahoma City, OK   Chesapeake Energy Arena
December 19th             Houston, TX              Toyota Center
December 20th             San Antonio, TX        AT&T Center
December 21st             Dallas, TX                  American Airlines Center
December 27th             Atlanta, GA                Philips Arena
December 28th             Birmingham, AL         BJCC Arena
January 2nd                  Ft. Lauderdale, FL      BB&T Center
January 4th                  Charlotte, NC             Time Warner Cable Arena
January 5th                  Greensboro, NC          Greensboro Coliseum Complex
January 8th                  Cleveland, OH             Quicken Loans Arena
January 9th                  Chicago, IL                  United Center
January 10th                Detroit, MI                 The Palace Of Auburn Hills
January 12th                Brooklyn, NY             Barclays Center
January 13th                Brooklyn, NY             Barclays Center
January 16th                Washington DC          Verizon Center
January 17th                Uncasville, CT            Mohegan Sun Arena
January 18th                Boston, MA               TD Garden
January 19th                Uniondale, NY            Nassau Coliseum
January 21st                 Pittsburgh, PA          CONSOL Energy Center
January 22nd                Newark, NJ                 Prudential Center
January 24th                Montreal, PQ              Bell Centre
January 27th                Toronto, ON               Air Canada Centre
January 29th                Philadelphia, PA         Wells Fargo Center
January 30th                Buffalo, NY                First Niagara Center
January 31st                 State College, PA        Bryce Jordan Center

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