Jigga Man, he’s just like us. For the last of his eight concerts at Brooklyn’s new Barclays Center, Jay-Z rode the subway from Manhattan to Brooklyn to the delight of many fans like this woman, who posed with the rap mogul. Jay-Z, who got his hip-hop name from the J/Z subway line, hopped on the R train at Canal Street accompanied by his bodyguards.
Coming off the series of concerts, Jay-Z plans to release a digital EP titled “Live in Brooklyn” on iTunes Tuesday, featuring eight tracks and eight videos from his historic hometown run. It’ll be available for download for $9.99.