Jay-ZWhile fans were entertained by NBA All-Stars like Derrick Rose, Rajan Rondon and Kevin Durant during the game at Nike’s World Basketball Festival on Thursday night (August 12) in New York, it was Jay-Z and his performance that has made all the headlines and the night’s best performance.

During the end of the event, Hov took the stage for a nearly 20-minute concert at the Radio City Music Hall, where he delivered an onslaught of hits from his lengthy catalog .

“I only got 20 minutes, so I can’t wait for you to warm up,” Jay said, as he kicked off his set with “Hovi Baby.”

“Only two resting in heaven / Can be mentioned in the same breath as him / Seven straight summers … ,” he spit, before pausing briefing and then continuing. “Eleven straight summers, critics might not admit it / But nobody in rap did it quite like I did it.”

Dressed in all-black, the superstar rapper gaves folks a taste of past and present, running through tracks like “Run This Town” and “99 Problems” to “Dead Presidents” and “Can I Live” … all while star-studded crowd looked on, including LeBron James, Khlo√© Kardashian, and Spike Lee.

Rihanna wasn’t able to assist Jay for “Run This Town,” but when he performed “On To The Next One,” Swizz Beatz joined him; and then Memphis Bleek also chimed in for “U Don’t Know.”

Reaching nearly 30 minutes, Jay-Z ended the night with The Black Album’s Public Service Announcement and his first no. 1 hit, “Empire State of Mind.”

Below are a couple vid clips of the performances: