Jay-Z & Mary J. Blige ft. Swizz Beatz - You’re Welcome

Posted 8 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
The Individuals
Album:
Heart of the City Tour

On March 22, the King of New York (Jay-Z) and the Queen of Hip-Hop/Soul (Mary J. Blige) will kick off their groundbreaking “Heart of the City” tour in Miami, Florida.  In honor of this monumental event, the DJBooth is proud to present a brand-new collaboration between these two living legends.  Set to be used as the show finale, Hova and MJB acknowledge the fan support they’ve received throughout the years with a heartfelt You’re Welcome.  Tagging along to hype-up the crowd, Swizz Beatz encourages fans to wave their hands in the air, while the strains of The Individuals’ hauntingly beautiful piano production fill the atmosphere with excitement.  If you think You’re Welcome is a classic through computer speakers, make sure to buy tickets when the tour stops in your town!

Jay Z & Mary J. Blige Swizz Beatz Hitmaker

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