Some 60 hours after taking the stage at Barclays Center, the rapper announced an eight-song "audio/visual optic EP" available on Tuesday.
Jay-Z will drop his first live album in more than a decade.
The rapper today announced the Tuesday, Oct. 9 release of Live in Brooklyn, an eight-song "audio/visual optic EP," which will be available exclusively on iTunes.
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The album will document the final Oct. 6 show of his eight-night sold-out run at the brand new Barclays Center in Brooklyn. The EP is digital-only but is described as featuring both audio from the show and eight separate videos, according to The Guardian
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Jay-Z's wife Beyonce made a surprise appearance
at that same show, joining her husband for the songs "Crazy in Love" and "Young Forever."
Fans can preorder the album starting today.