Beyoncé, LeBron James, Rihanna, and even Blue Ivy help induct Jay-Z into the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame.
Over 25 years after Jay-Z released his debut album, Reasonable Doubt, and the Marcy Projects legend is officially inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame. Last night, the official ceremony aired on HBO Max where the full version of Jay's induction speech aired. Prior to the rapper's speech, he brought a few of his incredibly famous friends, including family members and proteges, onboard to help reflect on the legacy he's created since 1996.
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The video, titled, "The Times and Life Of Shawn Carter" opens up with his wife Beyoncé reciting his lyrics before Common finishes the bar. The video also includes appearances from a long list of collaborators of all mediums including Rihanna, Kevin Hart, Diddy, Lenny Kravitz, DJ Khaled, Jamie Foxx, Aziz Ansari, Chris Martin, Pharrell, Rihanna, Samuel L Jackson, LeBron James, Rick Ross, and more. Blue Ivy Carter, who apparently wasn't even impressed by the feat, makes an appearance at the end of the video with a bar from "Ride Or Die." "Congrats S. Carter, ghostwriter, you paid the right price so we just made your hits tighter," Ivy said before letting out a laugh.
Check out the full video of Jay-Z's Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame induction below.