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Kanye West calls out Beyoncé, Jay Z, and Hillary Clinton, ends concert early

After infamously stealing Taylor Swift’s spotlight to pledge his support for Beyoncé at the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards, Kanye West has now used another high-profile public appearance to get his feelings out — but this time, he criticized the “Formation” singer and her husband, Jay Z, for allowing music industry politics to come between their friendship. 

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Prince's estate sues Tidal over streaming rights

Prince’s estate has sued Jay Z’s Roc Nation, which owns the Tidal streaming service, for copyright infringement, according to the Star Tribune, which reports that Tidal has been streaming the late music icon’s catalog without permission. Before the end of his life, Prince had been removing his music from streaming sites, with the exception of Tidal.

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No, Donald Trump does not draw bigger crowds than Beyoncé and Jay Z

Sorry, Donald Trump. Beyoncé and Jay Z definitely draw the biggest crowds.

The Republican nominee for president is making his final push to voters ahead of Tuesday’s election. During a campaign stop in Raleigh, North Carolina, Trump took a moment to mention megastars Beyoncé and Jay Z, who recently headlined a concert to support Hillary Clinton.

“Beyoncé and Jay Z, I like them, I like them,” the said. “And you know what they do? I get bigger crowds than they do. It’s true. I get far bigger crowds.”

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Donald Trump slams Jay Z and Beyoncé for 'language'

Donald Trump continued to attack Jay Z and Beyoncé for their performance at a Hillary Clinton rally in Cleveland last week.

“Nobody goes to her rallies. So she got Jay Z and Beyoncé, and the language they used was so bad,” Trump said on Monday in Florida, echoing statements he made over the weekend. The GOP presidential nominee then questioned whether Jay Z and Beyoncé were “talking or singing” their lyrics.

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Leslie Jones hangs with Beyoncé and Jay Z after Solange's SNL performance

One of the perks of being a cast member on Saturday Night Live is you get to meet all the celebrity talent that walks onto the stage — and into the audience. Just ask Leslie Jones, who not only took pictures with Beyoncé and Jay Z this weekend, but hung out with them after the show. 

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Beyoncé and Jay Z stump for Hillary Clinton at battleground state concert

Hillary Clinton can count Beyoncé and Jay Z among her supporters. The megawatt power couple headlined a free get-out-the-vote concert in Cleveland on Friday night.

J. Cole, Chance The Rapper, and Big Sean also performed, offering their support to the Democratic nominee for president.

As the night’s official headliner, Jay kicked off the show with “Dirt Off Your Shoulder,” “F—WithMeYouKnowIGotIt,” and a string of his older hits. Appropriately, he expanded the group of performers by bringing out Big Sean for “Clique.”

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Beyoncé, Blue Ivy, and Jay Z channel Barbie in Halloween costumes

Who said you only need one Halloween costume?

On Monday, Beyoncé debuted her family’s costumes – she, Blue Ivy, and Tina Knowles rocked it as Salt-N-Pepa while Jay Z became Dwayne Wayne from A Different World – but later in the evening, she shared another set of photos, featuring the Carters as Barbies.

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Jay Z plans Ohio concert to support Hillary Clinton

UPDATE: Hillary Clinton’s campaign has confirmed that Jay Z will perform in Cleveland to support the Democratic presidential nominee.

Though the location has yet to be announced, the show will take place Nov. 4, and fans can sign up for free tickets at

EARLIER: Jay Z is using his platform to make sure young black Americans exercise their right to vote in the upcoming election.

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Madonna, Jay Z nab Songwriters Hall of Fame nominations

Madonna and Jay Z, two of their respective genres’ most celebrated figures, are nominees for the 2017 Songwriters Hall of Fame, the Associated Press reported Thursday. Other nominees this year include George Michael, Bryan Adams, Vince Gill, Babyface, Max Martin, and Kool & the Gang, among others.

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