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Watch Barack Obama Welcome Jay Z to the Songwriters Hall of Fame

18 Juin 2017

"Thank you 44", he tweeted. "You're an unbelievable husband and father".

She insisted, "I would be happy with whatever God gives me". Continue to make a positive impact on the world so that we can all live together in peace. And he showed love to rappers he's had conflicts with in the past, like Jaz, Cam and 'Pac (do your homework if you don't know). As of this writing, we don't know the sex of the babies.

Hov is the first rapper to ever be inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame. He was joined by Swedish hitmaker Max Martin; Motown founder Berry Gordy; Chicago's Robert Lamm, James Pankow and Peter Cetera; Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds; and more. Cole, Kanye West, Kendrick Lamar, Chance the Rapper, Lauryn Hill, Nicki Minaj, De La Soul, Eminem and plenty more.

He also called out Tee Grizzley for making what he called the "best song out", presumably speaking of the Detroit rapper's "First Day Out" (or possibly one of his newer singles "Second Day Out" or "From the D to the A" featuring Lil Yachty)". And get this - the leak comes from former President Barack Obama himself, courtesy of Jay Z.

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"I like to think Mr. Carter and I understand each other", President Obama said in the clip.

An enviable double date would certainly consist of Beyoncé and Jay Z paired with President Obama and Michelle Obama, who have all been spotted together in the past (simply add the always viral Justin Trudeau or ice cream aficionado Joe Biden and their significant others if you're looking for even more of a bromance). I've been listening to Jay since I was a young and hungry state senator.

Obama made a surprise appearance by video to present the honor to Jay Z, who grew up as Sean Carter in a troubled housing project in Brooklyn and has gone on to become one of music's wealthiest entrepreneurs.