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Jay-Z may claim to have 99 problems, but date nights sure aren't one!

Less than a week after his wife made a surprise appearance at the 2016 Grammy Awards, the rapper and his leading lady Beyoncé stepped out for a concert event in West Hollywood.

The A-list pair was spotted inside The Troubadour Friday night where they enjoyed the sounds of The-Dream.

"Beyoncé and Jay Z were very low profile and wore all black and came out once the lights dimmed, but they were singing along and dancing in their seats to the music," a source shared with E! News. "They were both smiling a lot to certain songs and looked like they were having a great time out supporting their friend!"

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While the pair was having more than a great time, attendees also spotted Kelly Rowland sitting by Beyoncé as they enjoyed hit after hit from the rapper.  

"Kelly got up to dance a couple times and seemed like she was having a great time!" our source added.

Just a few days ago on Grammy night, Beyoncé and Kelly remained close as they attended Mark Ronson's after-party at the Elyx House. While enjoying their time together, the former Destiny's Child members had a little fun when "Formation" came on through the speakers.

"The DJ played Beyoncé's song 'Formation,' and she immediately grabbed Kelly and started dancing," a source shared with E! News. "Florence Welch got in on the dance party, she grabbed the two of them jumping up and down to the beat and dancing together. Jay was in a corner smiling."

And while anticipation grows for Beyoncé to release a full album, Kelly recently teased fans about sharing some new tunes of her own.

After the concert Friday night, Kelly replied to a fan who wanted some new tracks. Her response? "It's coming…"  

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