To mark the last night of his eight-show stint at his brand new Barclays Center in Brooklyn, Jay and co decided their preferred mode of travel would be to take the “R” train from Canal Street in Manhattan all the way to Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn.
While he was surrounded by bodyguard, Sean Carter still found a seat next to a nice older lady, and even found time to pose for a picture!
The rapper’s camp also confirmed that the celebratory concert series will be available for fans to own. The matching album, “Live in Brooklyn” will be available on iTunes tomorrow, Oct. 9th, and will feature eight tracks and eight videos for only $9.99.
Jay-Z streamed his final performance Saturday, which featured a guest appearance from wife, Beyonce, on his new Life + Times channel on YouTube.