Rapper Jay-Z has revealed the artwork of his upcoming album, Magna Carta Holy Grail, next to the real deal. The album cover is part of an installation next to one of the four remaining copies of the 1215 Magna Carta in Salisbury Cathedral, England.
First there was the sponsored ad promoting the album, now there’s this snippet that appears to come straight from the heart.
He really is more than a businessman. Jay-Z’s partnership with Samsung for his new album, Magna Carta Holy Grail, is another sign of how musicians are finding new ways to push, sell and promote their music, and how the multiplatinum performer – who famously rapped “I’m not a businessman, I’m a business, man” – continues to leverage his enduring popularity into a successful brand.
HOW can we capitalize on the inherent desire of people all over the world that things should be done, wherever they can be done, by private enterprise?” This fundamental question was raised by David Lilienthal, onetime chairman of the Tennessee Valley Authority, now a consultant to foreign governments on their own development programs.