Jay Z wasn't joking when he said he wants "to be a part of the dance music revolution". As the curator for the Made in America festival this September, he has just revealed a line up that leans heavily on dance music.
Joining Jay at the event will be dance music juggernauts, Afrojack, Calvin Harris and Skrillex who will join the likes of Odd Future, Janelle Monae, D'Angelo, Pearl Jam and Passion Pit.
Jay Z recently said he was keen to be a part of the dance music revolution in the States and also partnered his Roc Nation company with dance music management company, Three Six Zero Group back in 2010 leading to the mega-selling, 'We Found Love' collaboration between Calvin Harris and Rihanna.
The Made in America festival takes place between September 1-2 in Philadelphia with tickets going on sale tomorrow. For more information click here.