Jay-Z is still in the middle of his 4:44 tour which officially comes to an end on the 21st of December, just in time to spend the remainder of the year with his family. The rapper was recently invited to the New York Times offices for an interview with the Executive Editor, Dean Baquet. The pair had an open discussion on race, Hov's marriage, as well as music, and Jay was as transparent as can be. They also spoke about Jay's ongoing feud with Kanye and whether or not they would reconcile (I hope they do).
Social media was at a standstill when the interview became public, they were mostly bothered by Hov's admission to infidelity. "The hardest thing is seeing the pain on someone's face that you caused, and then have to deal with yourself."
On a lighter note, Jay-Z also went on to share that he and Beyonce were working on a joint album which had to take a backseat for both their projects. Hov is also one of the leading artists with the most Grammy nominations (8) and is to be honoured with the Salute To Industry Icons Award at next year's Grammys.