Days before his string of concerts kicked off, Jay told Rolling Stone that no guests would be joining him. He argued: “This is my one chance to be selfish. Can't I? Can't I be selfish?” Still, Jay couldn’t help but share the moment with a few close friends.

The first night featured a performance by Brooklyn legend Big Daddy Kane, who ran through a short list of classics. He was even joined by backup dancers Scoob Lover and Scrap Lover for a throwback routine.

On the second night, Jay brought out Memphis Bleek. The pair performed "Do My" and "You, Me, Him and Her.”