Pocket Watchin’: Jay-Z Rocks One Of Rolex’s Priciest Watches

LONDON, ENGLAND – JUNE 1: Jay Z an American rapper and music producer during the UEFA Champions League 2023/24 final match between Borussia Dortmund v Real Madrid CF at Wembley Stadium on June 1, 2024 in London, United Kingdom. (Photo by Catherine Ivill – AMA/Getty Images)

Jay-Z has never hidden his luxurious lifestyle, so it’s no surprise he has one of Rolex’s most expensive watches. While hanging out with other industry heavyweights at Michael Rubin’s annual white party, the 4:44 rapper was pictured rocking the Rolex Daytona 6270. Engraved with Khanjar, the national emblem of the West Asian country, Oman — getting your hands on it won’t be simple. Only five watches have been produced and could run you around 4,200,000.

Complete with a solid 18k yellow gold case, a pavé diamond-set dial, sapphire numerals, and a baguette diamond-adorned bezel, this is the watch of all watches. Last year, while supporting his wifey, Beyonce at her Reinassance tour, he was caught wearing another Rolex Daytona 6263. It seems this billionaire and entrepreneur gets to have his pick of the litter when it comes to expensive jewelry. Jay nor his wife are strangers when it comes to living well. The pair were recently spotted together on July 4th on a yacht in a very exclusive, (and undisclosed) location.

The watch is rumored to be worth nearly 4.2M

In other news, this past May, record executive Steve Stoute and a long-time buddy of Jay, recently sat down with the Club Shay Shay podcast. During the chat, the music mogul shares his thoughts on what led to Dame Dash’s strained relationship with Jay-Z. According to him, Dame frequently displayed immature behavior and never truly matured. Stoute described him as a “gigantic almost not” and said that “he blew it” regarding his relationship with the Brooklyn rapper.

“He had Jay-Z. [Dame] had the most important artist of a generation.” He added, “Dame wouldn’t change. Stoute says, “the way he spoke to people, the way he treated people. He was angry. He was angry because he had a strong perspective about his business philosophy … People were becoming less beholden to him. But he was unaware of it.”