Jay-Z is finally back with some new music.

The most notable moment involves a response to criticism by Florida Sen. Marco Rubio and his colleagues about Jay's recent trip to Cuba. The lyrics contain the lines:

Politicians never did sh*t for me
Except lie to me, distort history
Wanna give me jail time and a fine
Fine, let me commit a real crime
I might buy a kilo for Chief Keef
Out of spite, I just might flood these streets

As we know, Chief Keef is a teenage rapper from Chicago, and a 'kilo' is a kilogram of cocaine. Some response. Then there's the part where Jay-Z implies that the President told him to stop making a scene before he gets Obama in trouble. Those lyrics go:

Obama said chill, you gonna get me impeached
But you don't need this shit anyway
Chill with me on the beach

There couldn't be a clearer response to the recent news. Listen to the full track below.

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