Jay-Z Responds To Cuba Criticism With "Open Letter" [Audio Single]

Brad Bershad

by Brad Bershad

Published April 11, 2013


As we reported earlier this week, Jay-Z and Beyonce came under fire from Republican members of Congress for taking a trip to Cuba.

Now, Jay-Z has fired back with a new single called "Open Letter" produced by Timbaland and Swizz Beatz:

At the time of this post, the song had been on the internet for 11 hours and already had 672,407 plays. As Hova mentions Barrack Obama in the song, the subject came up at the White House Press Conference. This is pretty funny:

I love how White House Press Secretary Jay Carney plays it off saying "OFAC, Treasury, these are tough words to rhyme... It's a song, Donna."

Via: Billboard

East Coast Rap Hip Hop Politics Pop Rap World Rap Jay-Z Timbaland Brooklyn, NY Cuba New York, NY Washington D.C. Swizz Beatz
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