Jay-Z is a popular man in the music industry so it was no surprise that he called on some of his famous friends Kanye West and President Barack Obama to join him at his "Budweiser Made In America" festival.
The rapper, who headlined the event, roped in fellow 'Watch The Throne' rapper West for a number of tracks including 'Mercy' and 'Paris' on Saturday night (August 1).
Before taking the stage, Jay-Z walked down the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, one that was made famous by Rocky, as his track 'Made In America' played in the background.
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The 90-minute headline set saw him performing some of his greatest hits like 'Empire State of Mind' and 'Big Pimpin.'
Along with performing, Jay-Z also curated the two-day festival which included Skrillex, Miike Snow and Janelle Monae along with Pearl Jam, Run DMC and Drake.
Although she didn't perform at her husband's festival, Beyonce was seen at the side of the stage giving her full support and busting out a few moves of her own.
Keeping it in the Roc Nation family, rising singer Rita Ora joined B and boyfriend Rob Kardashian was also in tow.
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