Jay Z and Jim Shoen of UHaul announced the deal this fall. C. Martin/SP PR
Waltham, Ma- Following the successful Samsung deal with Jay-Z that allowed cell phone users to download his latest album for free, #UHAUL and the rap artist have inked a deal for Jay-Z’s follow up album that will only be available for the public to listen to in UHAUL trucks.
Due out in the fall of ’14, the lucrative deal for the 43 year old rapper requires him to substitute his use of the n-word with “UHaul”. For example, from a track titled “[UHAUL]s in Paris”:So I ball so hard mothaf@%&kas wanna fine me, first [UHAUL] gotta find me/What’s 50 grand to a mothaf@%&ka like me ?
Jay-Z and UHAUL ceo Jim Shoen also announced that the UHAUL mascot, Lil Sammy Mover would be filling in for Justin Timberlake and Kanye West on some of the key tracks. Trucks are limited, book now at storageplushudson.com.