The explosive effect of these two stunning smokin’ guns delivering their sexually-suggestive empowerment anthem, together on one stage, is even hotter than expected.
Jay Z, Lil Wayne, Usher, Rick Ross and Meek Mill are a handful of other musical stars who performed at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center last night (Oct. 20) for a charity benefit commemorating one million subscribers on Tidal. But it was these ladies who put their feet on the gas pedal and drove the night to full-throttle.
This video captures the united force of two superpowers who are confident and unapologetic—cause they know they’ve got it. The femme fatales take their time and allow for space in their performance, pausing at just the right moments for dramatic effect. They take charge of the place like ringleaders, engaging in a dueling dance battle that is riveting. Watch them drive the crowd nuts!
Jay Z and other artists announced in March that they were the co-owners of Tidal, which was presented as the first artist-owned music and video platform. Jay Z said last month that the membership-based service had gotten to 1 million subscribers, but it has struggled against competitors like Spotify and Pandora, which offer free subscriptions.
Concert organizers said the estimated $1 million from ticket prices was going to the New World Foundation, an organization to fund social movements.