JAY Z and Beyonce perform during the On The Run tour at Citizens Bank Park on Saturday, July 5, 2014, in Philadelphia. (Photo by Robin Harper/Invision for Parkwood Entertainment/AP Images)
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For all of Beyonce and Jay Z's up-tempo joint hits -- the irresistible and catchy "Crazy In Love," the swagger anthem "Upgrade U" and the beat-driven "Drunk In Love" -- it was the performers' emotional solo material that made their presence as a collaborative duo strong and resilient during their On the Run tour.Beyonce performed the 2006 song sitting down and wearing a wedding veil.Beyonce was most passionate when she sang the upbeat number "Why Don't You Love Me". She even grew teary-eyed after she belted some of the lyrics and paused for a minute as the crowd cheered. When Jay Z rapped about his "bad chick, H-town" during "Tom Ford," Beyonce crept onstage. And when Jay Z performed the anthemic "Clique," Beyonce was behind him. It was also one of many songs where Beyonce danced with skill, enticing and igniting the audience and proving even further that she is contemporary pop's leading performer.
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