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Shawn "Jay-Z" Carter, the 43-year-old rap mogul, recently addressed Illuminati rumors and religion in his song "Heaven" that will be featured on his upcoming is giving one million fans a free album titled Magna Carter Holy Grail on July 4 that has gone platinum before its release.
Carter announced his upcoming album during a three minute commercial that aired during halftime of the NBA Finals' Game 5. While the album is not due for release until July 4 where Samsung Galaxy owners can download it for free, lyrics to the rappers "Heaven" were recently revealed by the rapper via the Google Play application.
While a number of Hip Hop fans have questioned if Jay-Z is linked to a secret society called the Illuminati, the rapper addresses the rumors in "Heaven."
"Conspiracy theorists screaming Illuminati/ They can't believe this much skill is in the human body/ He's 6'2 how the (expletive) he fit in a new Bugatti/..Question religion/Question it all/ Question existence/ Until them questions are solved," he raps in the song.
The rap mogul goes on to ask for mercy while identifying himself as secular.
"Have mercy on a Judas/Angel wings on a 'ghini/ I'm secular tell the hecklers/Seckle down/ Y'all religion creates division/ Like my Maybach partition and/ (expletive) is my chauffeur," he rhymes. "..That's me in the corner/That's me in the spotlight losing my religion."
Jay-Z closes out the song by addressing preachers.
"..Tell that preacher he's a preacher/I'm a (expletive) prophet (expletive) a tree of knowledge/ Drink from a gold chalice/ Yo gotta love it I arrive at the pearly gates/I had luggage meaning I had baggage/(Expletive) asking me questions/ I don't answer to these busters/ Only (expletive) could judge us (expletive)," he rhymes.
Jay-Z gave fans a glimpse of what they can expect from his upcoming release "Magna Carta Holy Grail."
"Pretty much what the album is about is this duality of how do you navigate your way through this whole thing -- through success, through failures, through all this and remain yourself," the rapper said in a commercial promoting his upcoming album.