JAY-Z showcases philanthropic and advocacy ambitions at Budweiser Made In America Fest

In 2003, Shawn “JAY-Z” Carter dropped his eighth record, “The Black Album,” promoting the prophetic classic as his final album before embarking on a self-imposed retirement. During the same year the musician, businessman and philanthropist co-founded the Shawn Carter Foundation with his mother, Gloria, focused on empowering youth and communities in need.
Fortunately, the “CEO of the R.O.C.” has since reintroduced himself, found some “balance” and will showcase both his artistry and altruism this weekend in the City of Brotherly Love.
Hov will headline the sixth edition of Philadelphia’s Budweiser Made In America Festival, a two-day music festival and staple of Labor Day Weekend he curated, featuring a philanthropic section, the Cause Village.
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