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Jay-Z celebrates Netflix debut of ‘The Harder They Fall’ at NYC party with Meek Mill, Jadakiss and more


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After opening — and then deleting — an Instagram account to promote Wednesday’s Netflix debut of The Harder They FallJay-Z celebrated the film at a lavish party Wednesday night in New York City.

Hova co-produced the Western, which stars Idris Elba, Regina King, Jonathan Majors, Zazie Beetz, LaKeith Stanfield and Delroy Lindo

The big bash at Capitale featured performances by Jadakiss and Conway The Machine, who recorded the song “King Kong Riddim” with Jay for the soundtrack. Meek Mill also hit the stage to rap “Dreams and Nightmares” and “I’m a Boss.”

Jay-Z’s life on IG lasted only one day, as he deleted the account after accumulating nearly two million followers.

As previously reported, Jay’s Roc Nation company, in conjunction with the Reform Alliance, a criminal justice advocacy organization, is hosting a job fair at Madison Square Garden in New York City on November 18.

The event, dubbed the Team Roc New York Job Fair, will feature openings for “at least 1,000 entry-level jobs” in addition to “career readiness resources, including professional attire, resume building/review, expungement services, and more.”

Companies including Zara, Lowe’s, Amazon, Foot Locker, Live Nation and VICE will be among those conducting interviews on-site.

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