Jay-Z Raps in a Museum For Six Hours...Watch!

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Beyonce's husband shoots a music video at a public art museum in NYC where he lip syncs "Picasso Baby" live for more than six hours...watch!
Have you always wanted to be a rap video?

Well yesterday in NYC, Jay-Z made some lucky people's dreams come true while shooting his music video for "Picasso Baby" at Pace Gallery.

As cameras rolled for more than six hours straight, Beyonce's hubby lip synced his latest song in front of a crowd as part of footage to be featured in his upcoming video.

New fans were brought in every hour to enjoy Jay's "performance art" and some celebrities even made appearances as well.

Judd Apatow and Girls star Adam Driver both stopped by the shoot.

Yesterday, the rapper was also announced as a new spokesperson for Budweiser's international Made for Music campaign, along with Rihanna. The musicians will be featured in two different TV spots that will start airing July 15.

All in a day's work!


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