Jay-Z & Kanye West Perform 'Ni**as In Paris' Eleven Times In Paris, France

Added: 03 June 2012 | Read 634 times

Last night, Jay-Z and Kanye West touched down in Paris, France as part of their "Watch the Throne" tour at the Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy.

During the performance, the Throne broke their record for performing "Niggas in Paris," ripping through the song 11 times. The pair had been increasing the number of times they perform the song during their United States tour, but took it to new heights when they hit the stage in the city that inspired the track.

Jay and 'Ye performed for a crowd that included Beyonce, Justin Bieber, The-Dream, Gwyneth Paltrow, Spike Lee and the song's producer, Hit-Boy.

Watch the full performance of "Niggas in Paris" below.

 


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