One thing that is verifiable: Beyoncé and Jay Z’s On the Run HBO special airs this Saturday, Sept. 20, at 9 p.m. ET.
Beyoncé and Jay Z are on the run again in a new short film trilogy called Bang Bang directed by New York-based filmmaker Dikayl Rimmasch.
No word on a release date for Top Five.
The video follows a similar look behind the scenes the day before, shared by Jay Z for her birthday.
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Joel McDonald, who goes by the stage name Joel Mac, is reportedly seeking $3 million in damages.
These two no longer need to be on the run, according to the United States government.
They keep with the film noir theme as Beyoncé channels Nancy Sinatra singing “Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)” in a glittery floorlength gown as Jay blows cigar smoke in the shadows.
Jeezy already let us hear Jay Z’s cameo on the title track (along with letting us know how choked up HOV got about it), but the record will also include T.I., YG, Rick Ross, the Game, Future and Lil’ Boosie.
The store also must take further measures to combat profiling.
At that same show, police arrested 10 additional people. Eight of those arrested were for public drunkenness, while the two others were taken in for ticket scalping during the event.
HBO’s On the Run tour special has an official run date in September.
Jack White’s got 99 problems, but covering Jay Z ain’t one.
Ice-T is not happy with the state of hip-hop. He thinks the news has gotten too Kardashian crazy and he worries men have lost their balls. But, contrary to popular belief, he doesn’t have a problem with Drake. Jay Z is another story.
Yeah, Jay Z got all misty.
How can the parents of a two year old with schedules that demand they spend a large chuck of their time on tour across the world find time for each other? Beyoncé and Jay Z are overcoming that challenge in 2014 by touring together.