October 19, 2011 12:40

Jay-Z gets animated for new US cartoon series - video

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Jay-Z is set to appear in a new animated US cartoon series.

The rapper will give financial advice to a group of children in the first episode of Secret Millionaires Club this Sunday (October 23). Scroll down and click below to see the Jigga in his animated glory.

The rapper is set to feature in four episodes of the cartoon series on America's Hub TV network with the first entitled Be Cool To Your School, reports MTV.COM

His 2009 hit 'Empire State Of Mind' also features in the episode, playing in the background as the youngsters leave Jay-Z's office.

Meanwhile, Jay-Z and Kanye West are being sued over an uncleared sample on their collaborative album ‘Watch The Throne’.

Syl Johnson is taking them to court for using a sample from his 'Different Strokes' on their track 'The Joy'. According to Johnson's publishers, the pair did so without his permission or any money changing hands. He has filed a lawsuit in Illinois over the sample.

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