Beyonce and Jay-Z enjoy night out

Beyonce and Jay-Z enjoy night out

Sunday was “fun day” for Beyonce and Jay-Z as the new parents enjoyed a concert by R&B singer The-Dream in New York.

The couple jammed to the singer-songwriter in the VIP section of SOB’s, a small club that houses a few hundred people.

The-Dream co-wrote and co-produced Beyonce’s massive hit Single Ladies.

He also worked his magic on Rihanna’s Umbrella, Justin Bieber’s Baby and Touch My Body by Mariah Carey.

He performed a number of his own hits, including Shawty In a 10, Falsetto and I Luv Your Girl. He will release his fourth album later this year.

The Grammy winner thanked the crowd for coming out, saying: “I know some of ya’ll got kids at home.”

Beyonce gave birth to daughter Blue Ivy in January.

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