Miley Cyrus' twerking skills have gone from Internet infamy to being immortalized on Jay-Z's latest album, "Magna Carta Holy Grail."
In the song "Somewhereinamerica," Jay rhymes, "Feds still lurking/They see I'm still putting work in/Cause somewhere in America/Miley Cyrus is twerkin.'" The industry titan is also heard seemingly encouraging Miley's dance moves with the repeated phrase, "twerk Miley, Miley twerk."
Jay-Z promised to deliver new rules with "Magna Carta Holy Grail," and, depending on who you ask, the man held true to his word.
The 43-year-old artist released his 12th studio album via app to one million Samsung customers starting at midnight July 4 (albeit not without some technical issues), and the RIAA did in fact revise its standing on digital platinum certification ahead of "Magna Carta's" arrival.
Jay-Z is going to be challenging his occasional collaborator, Kanye West, for the top of the charts.
The Brooklyn hip-hop king's new album, "Magna Carta Holy Grail," is due out July 4, he announced - via a Samsung ad during Game 5 of the NBA Finals - Sunday night.
Blue Ivy's going to develop quite the palate.
Thanks to her internationally famous parents, little Blue has joined in on restaurant meals from Brooklyn to Paris.
Nearly everyone - even the representatives at the White House - have weighed in on Jay-Z's "Open Letter" to those criticizing his recent trip to Cuba.
Sen. Marco Rubio, for example, is just one of the latest.
But not everyone decided to respond with a song.
Do not annoy Jay-Z.
The rapper has recorded a song that appears to take on those who criticized his recent trip to Cuba with wife Beyoncé.
Hip-hop site Global Grind reported that Jay-Z recorded "Open Letter" Wednesday night after seeing that their visit was the lead story on CNN.com.
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