Jay-Z Plans Two Concerts At Carnegie Hall

Earlier today Shawn Carter aka Jay-Z held a press conference to announce that he will be raising funds with the United Way of New York City, and the Shawn Carter Scholarship Foundation to help New York City public schools. He will be performing two intimate concerts at Carnegie Hall February 6th and 7th 2012. This is the first time a solo hip hop artist as every headlined the venue.  

The good folk at Rap Radar were in the building and bring us some footage from the conference. Watch below.

Tickets will be sold first privately on Monday, December 12th with public tickets going on sale from January 30th, 2012.

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