‘I’m in the Air I Don’t Hear Niccas Corny Raps’

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Jay-Z sold out his American Gangster concert series in less than a minute. The following cities were sold out in less than 60 seconds: Chicago, Philly, and LA.

That’s right and this demand is not juiced-up. A source close to Bossip says she bought her ticket for a NYC show for $150 and the tickets are now selling for $1500.

Jay is still in heavy demand, why retire?

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  • Kay

    Do you THANG BOY!!

  • Black Man


  • Marquella

    “Jay is still in heavy demand, why retire?”


  • Happy 2 B Nappy

    I will watch the bootleg version…Maybe, lol.!

  • Bahama Mama

    HOVI BABEE!!! He’s that DUDE

  • http://www.mactanque.com Mactanque
  • ria

    uh its sold out maybe because people know that hes actually a decent rapper and not a gimmick like some some other so-called rappers that end up number 1 on the Billboard charts… Anyone expect a MIMS concert to be sold out anytime soon??

  • Bryant's Gyrl

    The one thing I luv about Jay music is the growth..I’m glad he’s pass the money cash ho’s stage……Do your thang Jay Z

  • holla

    well your source is garbage cause these tickets have been on sale for a while. i dont think nyc is flocking to see that when his singles are barely playing on radio. for 1500 he not that serious thats just propaganda to build the sales up,nice try though.

  • http://www.gravatar.com Mzgapeach

    radio killer

  • Bahama Mama

    EFF YOU Gravatar for taking off my gravie….BOOOOOOOOOO to you

  • Me

    I could of predicted it. Keep on doing you Jay!

  • god

    why retire?jay-z’s fanbase is big.he is on his way to a billion.all haters punch out before you use the company computer:)

  • shann934

    If you know someone who is on prescription medicine go to http://www.nulegacyrxcard.com/sjackson to print off a FREE prescription drug card that saves up to 75%. Just print it off and use it!!

  • persona

    Jay-Z sells out because he does limited shows each year. It’s not a high demand for it. It’s the rules of supply and demand. If he does a ticket every three years, and only in 5 or 6 major cities, of course he’ll sell out fast. He can sell out touring around the world each year like U2 and Tina Turner. Whatever to the old man!


    Jay is still BIG PIMPIN

  • persona

    I mean, he CAN *NOT* sell out toruing around the world each year.

  • J

    They’re paying to listen to the old Jay. I’d pay to listen to the old Jay.

  • Bahama Mama


    I think he can….you know how many fans dude has?? what r u like the census bureau?? And last time I checked U2 and Tina ain’t no spring chickens…Just thought I would say that…

  • Mahogany

    Ooooooh, U betta throw it back.

    It’s this little girl who plays “Hannah Montana” on Disney channel and her tickets are being bought and sold for outrageous amounts.!!!

    People are savvy enough to buy them and resell.

  • http://www.viewparkonline.com Angie

    He is too old to be dressed like that.

  • god


    dress like what?what box do you want to put him in?how do you dress?let me guess tight shirt and tight pants right?

  • http://lacydpage.hi5.com lacyd

    Tickets don’t sell that fast, at least not to actual people. It’s those ticket scouts that buy them up really fast using those phone things to tie up the line and buy them in bulk, then they sell tickets second hand. That’s what happened with Hannah Montana (not that I’m a fan, I just read the article), and it may be what’s happenining with him if there is any truth to this here story on a gossip blog.

    Anyway, I would like to see Jay Z in concert before he “retires”. But he never seems to make it down here to Houston.😦

  • luscious_shorty

    That is 100% true, tickets for the LA show was sold out ASAP, only Hov could sell a show out in less than 5 minutes. I got my tickets though, and can’t wait to be in the building with the ROC Boys. Jigga!!!

  • nay

    it is sold out at leat if you try to buy through ticketmaster

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