Beyonce Makes Surprise Appearance at Jay-Z's Final Barclays Concert (Video)
The husband and wife team closed out the last of an eight-night run at Brooklyn's brand new sports arena.
For the last concert of Jay-Z’s eight-night run at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center, the rapper pulled out all the stops. Not only did Jay allow the show to be live-streamed (via his new Life and Times YouTube channel), but the borough’s favorite son also brought out the ultimate trophy: wife Beyonce Knowles.
“I'm so proud to be here,” said Beyonce as part of her “Diva”-“Crazy In Love” medley -- with hubby Jay joining the singer for the latter number, as he did on the 2003 track.
Some PDA came with the mid-set number, like when Jay playfully slapped his girl on the bootie and an adorable embrace at the son’s end. Clearly, this couple remains crazy in love.
Beyonce made a return appearance for the night’s closing number, “Young Forever,” singing the hook lifted from the 1984 Alphaville hit and obliging her husband’s request: “BB, bring the chorus in.”
See the full set list and a video of Jay-Z and Beyonce’s final bow below and tell us: should the two take this show on the road?
Where I'm From
Empire State of Mind
Brooklyn Go Hard
Juicy (Notorious B.I.G. cover)
U Don't Know
Run This Town
On to the Next One
Dirt Off Your Shoulder
I Just Wanna Love U (Give It 2 Me)
'03 Bonnie & Clyde
Diva (with Beyoncé)
Crazy in Love (with Beyoncé)
Dead Presidents II
Can I Live
Public Service Announcement
Heart of the City (Ain't No Love)
Hard Knock Life (Ghetto Anthem)
What More Can I Say
Jigga What, Jigga Who
Money Ain't a Thang
Take You Home With Me
What They Gonna Do, Part II
Excuse Me Miss
I Wanna Rock (Snoop Dogg cover)
3 Kings (Rick Ross cover)
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