11
Apr
2013

[New Music] Jay-Z Talks Cuba & President Obama In ‘Open Letter’

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There’s nothing like waking up to new music. Thursday a.m., Jay-Z dropped a new song, titled ‘Open Letter‘, produced by Swizz Beatz. The Brooklyn native rhymes about his latest (controversial) vacation to Cuba(suggesting that he and President Obama even joked about it) and hinted about his new business moves (don’t fret, he’ll still have a seat at Barclays). Check it out.

5 Comments to “[New Music] Jay-Z Talks Cuba & President Obama In ‘Open Letter’”

  1. Ericka B. says:

    “Ya’ll gon learn today!” This is hot Jay and Swizz! How lovely to wake up to this.

  2. MsTrendy says:

    @erickaB yeah that is funny “ya’ll gon learn today”

  3. "Ke Ke" Scott says:

    This song is the “biz”! People should be able to travel & vacation at their leisure (leisure is learning & it is educational), especially if it’s putting money into Cuba’s economy, people still have to eat, regardless of the religious or economic views. That’s like saying, stop buying “Made in China” clothes. (Although we do need to work harder on American Made Items) But the people who working those jobs in China need the income to keep their lights on at night.

  4. Anonymous says:

    And yes we are “learning today” (Jigga Man still doing his thang)

  5. Miss AG says:

    my favorite line….. “Obama said chill you gonna get me impeached I say you need this s*** anyway come chill with me on the beach”

    I’m not big on rap/ hip hop but this rite here hot

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