Jay-Z videography

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This is the videography for American hip hop musician Jay-Z, they often involve him performing.

As lead artist[edit]

List of music videos as lead artist, showing year released and director
Title Year Director(s)
"I Can't Get Wid Dat" 1995 Abdul Malik Abbott[1]
"In My Lifetime"
"In My Lifetime" (Remix)
"Dead Presidents" 1996
"Ain't No Nigga"
(featuring Foxy Brown)
Abdul Malik Abbott[2]
"Can't Knock the Hustle"
(featuring Mary J. Blige)
Hype Williams[3]
"Feelin' It" 1997 Alan Ferguson[4][5]
"Who You Wit"
"Sunshine"
(featuring Babyface and Foxy Brown)
Hype Williams[6]
"The City Is Mine"
(featuring Blackstreet)
1998 Steve Carr, Jay-Z[7]
"Where I'm From" Abdul Malik Abbott[1]
"Face Off"
(featuring Sauce Money)
"Friend or Foe '98"
"Streets Is Watching"
"Imaginary Player"
"You Must Love Me"
(featuring Kelly Price)
"Wishing on a Star"
(featuring Gwen Dickey)
none[8]
"It's Alright"
(with Memphis Bleek)
Little X[9]
"Can I Get A..."
(featuring Amil and Ja Rule)
Steve Carr[10][11]
"Hard Knock Life (Ghetto Anthem)"
"More Money, More Cash, More Hoes"
(featuring Beanie Sigel, Memphis Bleek and DMX)
1999 Malik Sayeed[12]
"Nigga What, Nigga Who (Originator 99)"
(featuring Big Jaz and Amil)
Malik Sayeed[13]
"Girl's Best Friend"
(featuring Mashonda)
Francis Lawrence[14]
"Do It Again (Put Ya Hands Up)"
(featuring Beanie Sigel and Amil)
Dave Meyers[15]
"Anything" 2000 Chris Robinson[16]
"Hey Papi"
(featuring Memphis Bleek and Amil)
Hype Williams[17][18]
"Big Pimpin'"
(featuring UGK)
"I Just Wanna Love U (Give It 2 Me)" Dave Meyers[19][20]
"Change the Game"
(featuring Beanie Sigel and Memphis Bleek)
2001
"Guilty Until Proven Innocent"
(featuring R. Kelly)
Paul Hunter[21]
"Izzo (H.O.V.A.)" Dave Meyers[22]
"Girls, Girls, Girls" Marc Klasfeld[23]
"Song Cry" 2002 Sanaa Hamri[24]
"'03 Bonnie & Clyde"
(featuring Beyoncé)
Chris Robinson[25]
"Excuse Me Miss" 2003 Little X[26]
"La-La-La (Excuse Me Again)" Chris Robinson[27][28]
"December 4th" Jay-Z
"Change Clothes"
(featuring Pharrell)
Chris Robinson
"Dirt Off Your Shoulder" 2004 Dave Meyers[29]
"99 Problems" Mark Romanek[30]
"Numb/Encore"
(with Linkin Park)
Joe DeMaio, Kimo Proudfoot[31]
"Show Me What You Got" 2006 F. Gary Gray[32]
"Lost One"
(featuring Chrisette Michele)
Anthony Mandler[33]
"Minority Report"
(featuring Ne-Yo)
2007 Jay-Z
"Blue Magic" Hype Williams[34]
"Roc Boys (And the Winner Is...)" Chris Robinson[35]
"I Know"
(featuring Pharrell)
2008 Philip Andelman[36]
"D.O.A. (Death of Auto-Tune)" 2009 Anthony Mandler[37][38]
"Run This Town"
(featuring Kanye West and Rihanna)
"Empire State of Mind"
(featuring Alicia Keys)
Hype Williams[39]
"Young Forever"
(featuring Mr Hudson)
Anthony Mandler[40]
"On to the Next One"
(featuring Swizz Beatz)
2010 Sam Brown[41]
"Otis"
(with Kanye West)
2011 Spike Jonze[42]
"Niggas in Paris"
(with Kanye West)
2012 Kanye West[43]
"No Church in the Wild"
(with Kanye West, featuring Frank Ocean)
Romain Gavras[44]
"Picasso Baby" 2013 Mark Romanek[45]
"Holy Grail"
(featuring Justin Timberlake)
Anthony Mandler[46]
"Run (Part II (On The Run))"
(featuring Beyonce)
2014 Melina Matsoukas
"The Story of O.J." 2017 Mark Romanek, Jay-Z
"4:44" TNEG
"Bam"
(featuring Damian Marley)
Rohan Blair-Mangat
"Kill Jay Z" Gerard Bush, Christopher Renz
"Adnis" Mark Romanek
"Moonlight" Alan Yang
"ManyfaCedGod"
(featuring James Blake)
Francesco Carrozzini
"Dream. On" Mark Romanek
"Legacy" Jeymes Samuel[47]
"Smile"
(featuring Gloria Carter)
Miles Jay[47]
"Marcy Me" Ben and Joshua Safdie
"Family Feud"
(featuring Beyonce)
Ava DuVernay
"Blue's Freestyle/We Family" 2018 Maurice Taylor

As featured artist[edit]

List of music videos as featured artist, showing year released and director
Title Year Director(s)
"Hawaiian Sophie"
(The Jaz featuring Jay-Z)
1989 Adam Bernstein[48]
"The Originators"
(The Jaz featuring Jay-Z)
1990 none[49]
"Can I Get Open"
(Original Flavor featuring Jay-Z)
1993 Eric Meyerson[50]
"Show & Prove"
(Big Daddy Kane featuring Scoob Lover, Sauce Money, Shyheim, Jay-Z and Ol' Dirty Bastard)
1994 Lionel C. Martin[51]
"I'll Be"
(Foxy Brown featuring Jay-Z)
1997 Brett Ratner[52]
"All of My Days"
(Changing Faces featuring Jay-Z and R. Kelly)
Cameron Casey[53]
"Be Alone No More" (Remix)
(Another Level featuring Jay-Z)
1998 none[54]
"Love for Free"
(Rell featuring Jay-Z)
Free Spirit[55]
"Money Ain't a Thang"
(Jermaine Dupri featuring Jay-Z)
Darren Grant[56]
"4 Alarm Blaze"
(M.O.P. featuring Teflon and Jay-Z)
none[57]
"Lobster & Scrimp"
(Timbaland featuring Jay-Z)
1999 Steve Carr[58]
"Heartbreaker"
(Mariah Carey featuring Jay-Z)
Brett Ratner[59]
"What You Think of That"
(Memphis Bleek featuring Jay-Z)
none[60]
"4 da Fam"
(Amil featuring Jay-Z, Beanie Sigel and Memphis Bleek)
2000 Nick Quested[61]
"Best of Me Part II"
(Mýa featuring Jay-Z)
Hype Williams[62]
"Is That Your Chick (The Lost Verses)"
(Memphis Bleek featuring Jay-Z, Twista and Missy Elliott)
Jeremy Rall[63]
"Do My..."
(Memphis Bleek featuring Jay-Z)
2001 Dave Meyers, Jay-Z[64]
"Fiesta" (Remix)
(R. Kelly featuring Jay-Z)
Little X, R. Kelly[65]
"What We Do"
(Freeway featuring Jay-Z and Beanie Sigel)
2002 Nzingha Stewart[66]
"Frontin'"
(Pharrell featuring Jay-Z)
2003 Paul Hunter[67]
"Crazy in Love"
(Beyoncé featuring Jay-Z)
Jake Nava[68]
"Storm" (Remix)
(Lenny Kravitz featuring Jay-Z)
2004 Sanaa Hamri[69]
"Trap Star" / "Go Crazy"
(Young Jeezy featuring Jay-Z)
2005 Jessy Terrero, Snowman[70]
"Get Throwed"
(Bun B featuring Pimp C, Young Jeezy, Z-Ro and Jay-Z)
2006 The Arkatech[71]
"Déjà Vu"
(Beyoncé featuring Jay-Z)
Sophie Muller[72]
"Upgrade U"
(Beyoncé featuring Jay-Z)
Melina, Beyoncé[73]
"Umbrella"
(Rihanna featuring Jay-Z)
2007 Chris Applebaum[74]
"Lost+"
(Coldplay featuring Jay-Z)
2008 Mat Whitecross[75]
"Money Goes, Honey Stay" (When the Money Goes Remix)
(Fabolous featuring Jay-Z)
2009 Parris[76]
"Monster"
(Kanye West featuring Jay-Z, Rick Ross, Nicki Minaj and Bon Iver)
2010 Jake Nava[77]
"3 Kings"
(Rick Ross featuring Jay-Z and Dr. Dre)
2012 Dre Films
"Suit & Tie"
(Justin Timberlake featuring Jay-Z)
2013 David Fincher[78]
"High Art"
(The Dream featuring Jay-Z)
Latin
"Higher"
(Just Blaze and Baauer featuring Jay-Z)
Nabil[79]
"Drunk in Love"
(Beyoncé featuring Jay-Z)
Hype Williams[80]
"They Don't Love You No More"
(DJ Khaled featuring Jay-Z, Meek Mill, Rick Ross and French Montana)
2014 Gil Green, DJ Khaled
"Movin Bass"
(Rick Ross featuring Jay-Z)
2015 Ryan Synder
"I Got The Keys"
(DJ Khaled featuring Jay-Z and Future)
2016 Daniel Kaufman
"Top Off"
(DJ Khaled featuring Jay-Z, Beyonce and Future)
2018 Jay-Z

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  38. ^ "Run This Town with Rihanna and Kanye West | Jay-Z | Music Video". MTV. Viacom Media Networks. Retrieved February 11, 2012. 
  39. ^ "Empire State of Mind w/ Alicia Keys | Jay-Z | Music Video". MTV. Viacom Media Networks. Retrieved February 19, 2012. 
  40. ^ "Young Forever | Jay-Z | Music Video". MTV. Viacom Media Networks. Retrieved February 19, 2012. 
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