Fresh off of a headlining set at the 2017 Meadows music festival, JAY-Z stopped by BBC Radio 1's Live Lounge for a short set. His first performance on the series in over a decade, the 4:44 rapper performed "Family Feud" and paid tribute to the late Chester Bennington by doing "Numb/Encore."

"I dedicate this song to Chester," Hov said before performing his Linkin Park collaboration. After finishing his verse, Jay let Chester's vocals ride out as Young Guru threw in some scratches. The rapper also brought out a choir for his performance of "Family Feud."

But performing wasn't the only thing Jigga did during his stop. The "Bam" rapper also sat down to discuss his induction into the Songwriters Hall of Fame, Blu Ivy's freestyle on 4:44, Donald Trump and his next album.

Check out footage of JAY-Z on BBC Radio 1's Live Lounge below.

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