Surprise Set by G.O.O.D. Music at ‘Made in America’ Festival

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The Roc wasn’t the only crew in the building at Jay-Z’s “Made in America” festival in Philadelphia. Following his headlining set on Saturday, the hip-hop mogul surprised festivalgoers by bringing out Kanye West and G.O.O.D. Music.

“Philadelphia, since you treated me so nice tonight, and you were so good to me, I’ma be good to you tonight,” said Jay before the G.O.O.D. fellas took the stage.

Pusha T, Kanye, and Big Sean came out to their remix of Chief Keef’s “I Don’t Like” before segueing into “Can’t Tell Me Nothing,” “New God Flow,” and “Cold.” Big Sean performed “Dance (A$$),” followed by Common with “The Light,” and 2 Chainz joined in on the finale with “Mercy.”

But it wasn’t over yet. “I think we got time for one more,” said Hov before ‘Ye returned for an encore of “Ni**as in Paris” as fireworks lit up the sky.

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