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Video: Jay-Z Joined by Meek Mill Onstage During Philadelphia Concert

January 31, 2014 (3:43 am) GMT
During the show at the Wells Fargo Center, Mill performs his 'Dreams & Nightmares (Intro)' before being joined by Jay-Z to rap 'I'ma Boss'
Video: Jay-Z Joined by Meek Mill Onstage During Philadelphia Concert

brought out a surprise guest when bringing his "Magna Carter" world tour to Philadelphia on Wednesday, January 29. The 44-year-old rapper welcomed hometown hero to the stage at the Wells Fargo Center.

Meek treated the crowd with the live version of his "Dreams & Nightmares (Intro)". Jay-Z later returned to the stage and traded verses with the Maybach Music Group artist during the performance of "I'ma Boss".

"Make some noise for Philadelphia's own Meek Milly in this motherfu**er," Jay-Z told the crowd before giving his guest a hug. Meek responded, "Make some noise for the motherfu**in' greatest of all time, H-O in this b**ch."

Meek has also taken to Twitter to share his excitement, writing, "Touching the same stage as hov gave me a hint I'm on my way. Meek Milly x hov this moment meant a lot 2 me."

During his Philly show that night, Jay-Z also performed his verses from "Drunk in Love". He previously appeared at the stage of the Grammys with wife on Sunday, January 26 to perform the collaboration.

Jay-Z is close to wrapping up his "Magna Carta" tour, which was launched to support his latest chart-topping album "". The rapper will close his tour on Friday, January 31 in State College.



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