Just short of two weeks since Jay-Z dropped his 12th album “Magna Carta Holy Grail”, Mr. Carter has announced that there will be an international tour.

Jay-Z announced a European headlining tour in support of his album. The “Magna Carta” tour is slated to begin October 3 at the Manchester Arena in the Manchester, UK and conclude October 29 at the Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam, Netherlands, according to HipHop-N-More.com

During a recent interview with BBC Radio 1, Jay-Z said that he and Kanye West argued about which album the songs “Oceans” and “Holy Grail” would appear. “[There were] no lyrics on ‘Holy Grail’ and I recorded ‘Oceans’ and I played those records for Kanye, and he was like, ‘No those have to go on Watch The Throne 2,’ so we spent four days arguing about those records and I was explaining to him why it wasn’t right for this project and I had a whole idea for making this album called Magna Carta…[the]Holy Grail [part of] the name came after.”

(Sidebar: If you haven’t heard, a well known producer confirmed that there was a second coming to “Watch The Throne” under works and for fans to get ready.)

The “Magna Carta” tour dates are as follows:

10.03  Manchester, UK  Manchester Arena

10.06  Dublin, Ireland  02 Arena

10.08  Birmingham, UK  NIA Arena

10.10  London, UK  O2 Arena

10.11  London, UK  O2 Arena

10.12  London, UK  O2 Arena

10.17  Paris, France  Bercy

10.18  Paris, France  Bercy

10.20  Zurich, Switzerland  Hallenstadion

10.21  Antwerp, Belgium  Sportpaleis

10.23  Oslo, Norway  Spektrum

10.25  Stockholm, Sweden  Globe

10.27  Hamburg, Germany  02 World

10.28  Cologne, Germany  Lanxess Arena

10.29  Amsterdam, Netherlands  Ziggo Dome

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