Jay-Z proclaimed in Watch The Throne: "Basquiats, Warhols serving as my muses/ My house like a museum."

Recently the hip-hop deity and art aficionado took his well-documented love for Jean-Michel Basquiat to the next level, buying a portrait of the artist entitled "Holy Grail" made by none other than Swizz Beatz for the Children’s Cancer & Blood Foundation.

The artwork was inspired by William Coupon's iconic photograph of Basquiat.

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The star-studded exchange was documented on Swizz' Instagram with the enthusiastic caption "ART LIFE!!! I will use proceeds to continue helping kids in need." Basquiat is portrayed in all his eclectic glory atop the hood of a Mercedes Benz.

We have to say we're impressed by the quality of Swizzy's work, not that we're surprised. Beatz previously collaborated with spot-happy Damien Hirst on a series of spin paintings and even expressed plans to open an art gallery of his own.

Swizz was seen earlier this year at a Basquiat sale at Sotheby's. The hip-hop mogul told Rachel Corbett at Artspace: "Someday this will all be for me, but I gotta earn it first.”

What do you think of Jay's new wall candy? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.

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  • Diddy was all over Miami this weekend, from VIP day at the main fair to surprising fans at a Rick Ross show. Diddy <a href="http://instagram.com/p/S4HPERJlyA/">Instagrammed a shot of himself contemplating a Basquiat</a> and purchased an <a href="http://blogs.artinfo.com/artintheair/tag/p-diddy/">Ivan Navarro sculpture from Paul Kasmin Gallery</a>. <a href="http://blogs.artinfo.com/artintheair/2012/12/07/usher-buys-a-louis-vuitton-waffle-maker-as-new-fair-the-miami-project-sees-strong-sales/">He also purchased</a> two gold-drenched flag paintings by Andrew Schoultz from the booth of San Francisco’s Marx & Zavattero. Good taste, Diddy!

  • Kim Kardashian and Kanye West attended the Dom Perignon Luminous Rose at Wall at W Hotel, as well as the opening of OHWOW exhibition 'It Ain't Fair.' Kanye also stopped by TERRYWOOD and supported Pharrell's art talk at Design Miami.

  • Pharrell had a busy week in Miami hitting up the VIP opening of the main fair, Chanel + Art.sy's party, TERRYWOOD and Moncler's 60th anniversary party. He also participated in a talk with Craig Robbins at Design Miami and held a book signing for his new book "Pharrell: Places And Spaces I've Been."

  • Jay-Z and Beyoncé made an appearance Friday night at the release of 'JR & José Parlá: The Wrinkles of the City, Havana, Cuba', at The Standard. Twitter approved of Bey's floral romper.

  • Usher probably wins for most ridiculous celebrity purchase of the week, <a href="http://blogs.artinfo.com/artintheair/2012/12/07/usher-buys-a-louis-vuitton-waffle-maker-as-new-fair-the-miami-project-sees-strong-sales/">grabbing Andrew Lewicki’s “Louis Vuitton Waffle Maker</a>” (2012). Yes, you heard that right, and it really makes waffles.

  • A$AP Rocky performed at Playboy + The Hole's opening party at the Delano hotel.

  • Kelly Rowland and Beyonce checked out the Contemporary Art Fair on Sunday and Instagrammed their art perusing for all to see.

  • Azealia Banks showed her support for Hollywood photographer Terry Richardson by performing at his Terrywood fête at the Standard Hotel.

  • Rapper Danny Brown performed with none other than Shepard Fairey at a VIBE & BlackBook party. The freaky Detroit musician teamed up with the HOPE poster artist and amateur DJ for a performance that only ABMB could bring.

  • BONUS: Controversial singer and <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/11/25/chris-browns-vulgar-twitter-attack-on-jenny-johnson-comedy-writer_n_2188841.html">self-destructive tweeter</a> Chris Brown wasn't concerned about seeing other artists... He had his own! Brown displayed a painting of his own creation alongside artists like Ron English at Basel Castle. <a href="http://www.chrisbrownworld.com/us/news/chris%E2%80%99-art-showing-basel-castle">He said of the work</a>: "Graffiti exemplifies the many types and colors of art, music and fashion that I love and how I express myself."