Rap superstar Jay-Z stole the show in London as he headlined the Wireless Music Festival on its second night on Saturday.
The hip-hop heavyweight from Brooklyn, whose real name is Shawn Carter, took to the stage for a solo show at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London after joining Justin Timberlake - whom he will perform with for the festival's finale tonight - for a rendition of their hit Suit And Tie last night.
On Friday, Justin Timberlake armed with a guitar kicked off his set with Like I Love You, before taking the crowd on a 90-minute funk-filled journey.
Earlier, John Legend, Frank Ocean, Miguel and Snoop Dogg (also known as Snoop Lion these days) also took centre-stage.
Snoop then made his way across town to London club Boujis for his official after-party, pleasing the crowds as he hit the DJ decks for a two-hour set.
Elsewhere in London, The Rolling Stones rockers Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts rounded off the band's 50th anniversary celebrations at the Barclaycard Presents British Summertime Festival in Hyde Park.
On Saturday night, Rihanna took to the stage to headline the second day of T in the Park in front of thousands of fans.