Jay-Z Performs For 6 Hours Straight At the Pace Gallery in NYC [Vine Videos]

Arielle Cruz

by Arielle Cruz

Published July 10, 2013


Jay-Z's media-dominating campaign is consistently making him top news. The latest event on Jay-Z's calendar started a few hours ago at the Pace Gallery in NYC, where Jay-Z began to rap one of his new songs "Picasso Baby" off of Magna Carta Holy Grail for six hours straight. The complete footage compiled from the performance will be turned into a music video for the song.

This video is most likely the first of six "pieces of art" that Jay-Z promised over Twitter Monday.

What will the other five pieces be? We'll just have to wait and find out. I feel oddly like Charlie Bucket.

Watch the Vines captured from the Gallery performance below. See if you can catch a glimpse of other stars who were in the audience. (Hint: Look for Judd Apatow, Adam Driver and Wale, just to name a few)

Below, he raps to one of the grandmothers of performance art, Marina Abramovic. Click the top left of each of the videos to hear the audio.

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