NEW YORK, NY - SEPTEMBER 28: Jay-Z performs at Barclays Center of Brooklyn on September 28, 2012 in New York City. (Photo by Kevin Mazur/WireImage)
Jay-Z recently played eight shows to break in Brooklyn's new Barclay Center. If for some reason you didn't make it to any of those not-exactly cheap gigs but still want to feel like you were part of a historic moment when a mega-rich rapper helped launch a controversial new arena that he's a part owner of, you're in luck.
Tomorrow Jay-Z will release Live In Brooklyn via iTunes. The collection will include eight songs and eight videos. The tracklist is currently unknown, and it's unclear if this is a compilation of live performances or a recording taken from one night.
It is also unclear if this compilation includes Beyonce's appearance on the last night, but we can hope. It is known, however, that Jay-Z has one of the tightest, most dexterous backing groups in hip-hop, an endless collection of hits and an effortless control over any crowd he faces. So no matter what makes it on to this collection, it will be worth a listen.