Jay-Z Records "Picasso Baby" Video In 6 Hours With A Host Of Artsy Fans


(AllHipHop News) Jay-Z'a Magna Carta Holy Grail just dropped, but the rapper continued the momentum by recording a video for "Picasso Baby," a process that had him rapping the song for about 6 hours straight.

The event happened at Pace Gallery in New York in the early afternoon, about 12 pm and wrapped about 6:45pm Wednesday evening.

During the event, fans, graphic artists and some celebrities were ushered in and out to record several takes of the video throughout the day.

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Attendees included Tyson Beckford, Wale, Rap Radar's Elliot Wilson, Rosie Perez, Datwon Thomas of VIBE, Michael K. Williams Of "The Wire" fame, and AllHipHop's Chuck "Jigsaw" Creekmur and a very eclectic mixture of artists, fans and other assorted people.

The video was directed by Mark Romanek, who also constructed Jay's "99 Problems."

Below are a few video clips from Chuck Creekmur's Vine account on the video set.

Jay-Z and Rosie Perez

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