Coldplay's Chris Martin joins Jay-Z onstage in London - watch

Singer performed ''Ain't No Love (Heart Of The City) with the rapper

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Coldplay's Chris Martin joined Jay-Z onstage in London last night (October 11).

The singer performed ''Ain't No Love (Heart Of The City)' with the rapper during his 'Magna Carter' World Tour gig at London's O2 Arena, while Timbaland spun the beats at the back. You can watch footage of the moment by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking 'play'.

The surprise guest shocked thousands of fans in the arena and many took to Twitter shortly after the gig to express their delight at the hook-up. @CharleyLampard wrote: "Jay z, Chris Martin & timberland!!! Not bad for a Friday night," while @xandercs tweeted: "The Jay-Z show last night was absolutely amazing and then 2 songs from the end he brings out Chris Martin from Coldplay #unbelievable."

Meanwhile, it was announced last week that Wardell, the LA based duo of Steven Spielberg's kids Sasha and Theo Spielberg, have signed to Jay-Z's Roc Nation label.

The DJ Siblings, who released their EP 'Brother/Sister' on June 3 via National Anthem, will release their debut album some time in 2014 via the rapper's label, according to the Roc Nation website. Artists currently on the Roc Nation roster include Kylie, Rihanna, Meek Mill, Wale, and Timbaland.

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