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We know Jay Z had a huge smile on his face this entire weekend, as his third annual Made In America 2-day music festival was a success!

This year, things got shaken up a bit for concertgoers, as it was announced that not only would Philly be the home of the festival, but L.A. would also join in with their own line-up.

Day 2 of the star-studded fest wrapped up yesterday and by the looks of it, it was amazing.

While Kanye West already shut the stage down in Philly on day 1, he headed over to L.A. yesterday to put on a show again, despite not being on their original lineup.

Other artists that hit L.A.’s Grand Park included John Mayer, Steve Aoki, Rita Ora, Nipsey Hussle, SZA, and Chance the Rapper. Plus, Jay Z and his wife Beyonce came out to watch Yeezy’s 80-minute set at the end of the night.

Philly’s line-up had some different plans, as Pharrell Williams ended the last day of the festival by performing old songs and new hits off of his G  I  R  L album from this year.

Also hitting the stage at Benjamin Franklin Parkway was YG, who did songs off of his hit album My Krazy Life, but it was his tribute to Philly’s very own Meek Mill that got the crowd hyped up.

Holding up a shirt that read “Free Meek” for the audience, YG played Meek’s “Dreams And Nightmares (Intro),” which we all know makes hip-hop fans go crazy.

After all of the fun and madness, Jay broke his Twitter silence, as he tweeted for concertgoers:

Check out videos of some of the performances from day 2 at Made In America below!

Pharrell Williams in Philly:

YG in Philly:

Kanye in L.A. Part 1:

Kanye in L.A. Part 2:


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