From NBC Chicago – As Jay-Z transitioned from hit song to hit song at a Carnegie Hall concert Monday night, so did the lighting, changing from red to white to blue.The veteran rapper then performed his latest hit, “Glory,” about his 1-month-old daughter with Beyoncé, Blue Ivy Carter.
“I didn’t think I was going to make it through that one,” he said, sounding emotional. “That was tough.”
It was one of the many jams Jay-Z performed at New York’s famed venue, his latest achievement in music domination.
The rapper is the second hip-hop act to perform at Carnegie Hall. Wyclef Jean did so in 2001 with Stevie Wonder, Eric Clapton and Whitney Houston.
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