Jay-Z Track 'Produced By Sixteen-Year-Old'
Rapper gives Canadian youngster a credit on Magna Carta Holy Grail...
Jay-Z has reportedly given a 16-year-old schoolgirl the life-changing opportunity of contributing to a track on his new album.
According to The Sun, Canadian youngster Ebony Oshunrinde - otherwise known as Wondagurl - was given a music industry leg-up by the rapper after a chance meeting with one of his pals.
Ebony, 16, revealed that she passed a beat made on her laptop to Travis Scott, who works with both Jigga and Kanye West.
And the reggae-inspired beat made its way onto the song Crown, a track on the upcoming Magna Carta Holy Grail LP.
She told The Sun: "It's a really good feeling. I want to show young people that they can do it."
Ebony went on: "Travis texted me and said, 'I'm about to change your life'. Usually that doesn't happen to 16-year-olds.
"A lot more people want to work with me now. It's pretty cool."
Wondagurl now reportedly has a credit on the album, alongside musical giants like Timbaland, Justin Timberlake, Beyoncé and Pharrell.
Magna Carta Holy Grail was leaked online last week, but is due for official release in the UK on Monday, 8 July.