Starting on November 19, fans can visit music.msn.com/jayz to access the concert for free.
The free online broadcast gives fans the chance to witness Jay-Z, who sold out His five-date American Gangster tour in less than 5 minutes.
Jay-Z’s American Gangster moved over 440,000 copies its first week in stores, tying Elvis Presley’s record for the artist with the most #1 albums, placing them behind The Beatles, who have 19 #1 releases.
"It’s a true testament to Jay-Z’s greatness to create this amazing conceptual body of work clearly not intended to be measured by commercial standards; yet he still achieves this monumental and historic accomplishment of his 10th #1 and tying Elvis." said Antonio 'L.A.' Reid, Chairman, Island Def Jam Music Group.
American Gangster is also Jay-Z’s second #1 debut in less than 12 months.
The rapper’s 2006 Kingdom Come moved over 680,000 copies when it was released in November of 2006.