JAY Z "OPEN LETTER" SONG RESPONDS TO BEYONCE CUBA TRIP RUMORS

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Jay-Z drops new track responding to all the heat him and Beyoncé are taking for their anniversary trip to Cuba! Hello guys thanks for tuning in to your favorite music channel, ClevverMusic. Today rap mogul Jay-Z released a new hip hop track called "Open Letter" featuring Timbaland and Swizz Beatz. The new rap song addresses head-on all the rumors surrounding his latest vacay in Havana with wife Beyoncé. The media has been attacking the couple for using their celebrity power to gain a trip no one else would be granted. US citizens are not allowed to visit Cuba for mere tourism, but may obtain licenses for academic, religious, journalistic trips. The US Department of the Treasury confirmed the couple's trip was sanctioned as an educational exchange trip.

So what does Jay say in the song? In the "Hov" track (of course- that's Jay's nickname) he slams critics of their 5-year-anniversary trip, starting out saying, "Ladies and gentleman" then goes on to claim, "I done turned Havana to Atlanta". Seems Jay is marking his territory in Cuba, and he doesn't care what the conservatives think. He goes on, "Politicians never did shit for me/ Except lie to me distort history/ Wanna give me jail time and a fine?-- Fine, let me commit a real crime". These lines are surprising to us given his friendly nature with President Obama. Jay also directly references the POTUS in the song, "Obama said, 'Chill you're going to get me impeached'/ You don't need this sh-t anyway, chill with me one the beach." We're sure Obama would love to chill on the beach with you Jay, but he's likely too busy.

Also in the track Jay mentions his decision to sell his share of the Brooklyn Net, so he can become a player agent. He rhymes, "I woulda moved the Nets to Brooklyn for free/ Except I made millions off you f—king dweebs". So it seems Jay won't ever need to do another interview in his life, he'll just rap about it. Here's a link to listen and hear Jay speak his mind yourself. Do you think the couple should have been granted access to Cuba—and will this song help or hurt the tense situation? Thanks for watching our music news update guys, SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel! Thanks for watching I'm Misty Kingma see ya'll on the flip side.

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