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Setlist: Jay Z & Justin Timberlake at Citizens Bank Park

'Legends of the Summer ' in South Philadelphia

Setlist: Jay Z & Justin Timberlake at Citizens Bank Park

Yong Kim

Jay Z and Justin Timberlake brought their tag team 'Legends of the Summer' tour to Citizens Bank Park on Tuesday night. The pop music allies shared the stage for much of a slickly produced, expertly paced 2 hour 20 minute show that blended R & B and hip-hop, and pulled from both artist's 2013 albums - JT's The 20/20 Experience and Jay Z's Magna Carta Holy Grail - as well as ranging across each of their careers, and throwing in Jackson 5 and Frank Sinatra covers for good measure.

Timberlake's excellent dressed-in-red band, the Tennessee Kids, backed up both artists. The show, which had the audience standing and singing - or rapping - along en masse for most of the evening, kicked off with Timberlake crooning the intro hook to Jay-Z's "Holy Grail" and closed with the rapper's "Young Forever," dedicated to Trayvon Martin. A set list is below. A full review will be online Wednesday and in Thursday's Inquirer.

 

Holy Grail / I Just Wanna Love U (Give It 2 Me) > Rock Your Body / I Want You Back > Izzo (H.O.V.A.) / Excuse Me Miss / Senorita / On to the Next One / Like I Love You / My Love / Big Pimpin' / Tunnel Vision / Jigga What, Jigga Who / U Don't Know / 99 Problems / F--withmeyouknowigotIt  / Public Service Announcement / Hard Knock Life (Ghetto Anthem) / Heart of the City (Ain't No Love) / LoveStoned / Until the End Of Time / Cry Me A River / Take Back The Night / What Goes Around ... Comes Around / Dirt Off Your Shoulder / N---- In Paris / Tom Ford / New York, New York / Empire State of Mind / Mirrors / Run This Town /  Encore / SexyBack

Suit & Tie / Young Forever

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