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3 July 2013, 14:38
The '99 Problems' rapper chooses the UK location to debut the cover for his latest record.
Jay-Z has unveiled the official artwork to his brand new album 'Magna Carta Holy Grail' at The Salisbury Cathedral.
The UK location was chosen to unveil the actual cover, despite a previous artwork image posted online earlier in the week.
The Cathedral is home to one of the four surviving original 1215 Magna Carta documents and the new installation will be housed through the month of July.
The US star releases the new album exclusively to customers who downloaded a special App through Samsung tomorrow (4th July).
Check out the cover to 'Magna Carta Holy Grail' below: (Picture:Lifeandtimes.com)
Ever since announcing details of the album during the NBA championship finals last month, Jay has been teasing details through the App as well as special adverts.
The latest clip of which sees him discussing songs that were inspired by his daughter Blue Ivy to producer Rick Rubin.
Despite Rick's presence in the adverts – he recently confessed that he had not contributed to the album as he was busy working with Kanye West on 'Yeezus'.