Jay-Z And Jack White To Release "Open Letter" On Playable Vinyl Letter

Evan Petersen

by Evan Petersen

Published July 10, 2013

"Open Letter," a track that didn't make the cut of the digital "Magna Carta Holy Grail," will be getting its own release handled Jack White.

The two have collaborated before, but this time they will be doing something entirely unique: The track will be released on a playable vinyl letter. While details are still sketchy, Jay-Z announced it via Twitter and added some not-very-detailed descriptions in the above interview.

While we have absolutely no idea what this will look like, the release of the single will likely add to the rapper's already king-sized fortune.

Speaking of which, Businessweek recently published a list of rappers' boasted fortunes next to their actual earnings, and although "Magna Carta Holy Grail" implies Charlemagne and/or Jesus-level status, Jay-Z is one of the more accurate on the list. Click the graph for the full interactive version.

Jay-Z Money Graph

Source: Spin

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