Former Roc-A-Fella Records co-owner Damon "Dame" Dash is ready to put past differences aside and team up with longtime pal Jay Z for a potential Reasonable Doubt tour. #FriendsAgain
Dame dished out his interest in linking with Hov for a 20th anniversary tour on Instagram this week.
"Oh sh*t @raquelmhorn just let me know it's reasonable doubts 18th birthday...so glad we fought to own this 100 percent and it still creates income everyday... Its funny... Me and jay still own this together we might have to do a reasonable tour...maybe for the 20th anniversary...that way we could all make some money... I don't see why he wouldn't...might have to holla #freebiggs," Dame captioned to a cover of Reasonable Doubt June 25. (Dame Dash's Instagram)
Last December, Dame sparked some online commotion after posting up a photo of himself and Jay Z in Los Angeles.
"@ava_dash and I had a ball yesterday...haven't seen this dude perform in years," Dame wrote December 10. (Dame Dash's Instagram)
The reunion reportedly went down backstage at one of Young Hov's Los Angeles concert performances.
The Roc will never die! Earlier this year, we witnessed Jay Z and Dame Dash reconciling after nearly a decade at a former Roc-A-Fella staffer's birthday party. We didn't hear a peep about them hanging out after though, until now. On Instagram today, Dame released another flick of himself with his longtime friend, Mr. Dash. Last night, Dame brought his daughter went to go check out Jay's show in Los Angeles. It was the very last show of Hov's Magna Carta Holy Grail tour. (VIBE)
Both Jay Z and Dame Dash met face-to-face and posed for photostogether in early August 2013.
The Roc was back in the building last night. After nearly a decade apart, Roc-A-Fella Records co-founders Jay Z and Damon Dash reunited at the birthday of their mutual friend and associate Chaka Pilgrim in New York City. The old pals were all smiles as they posed for photos together. "I don't think there was anyone in that room last night that didn't shed a tear or at least get emotional," said Oluwaseye Olusa, who snapped photos of their reunion. After launching the careers of artists including Kanye West, Cam'ron, and Beanie Sigel, the music moguls parted ways in 2004. (Rap-Up)
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