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Rapper reportedly working with the Bullits' Jeymes Samuel on music for Baz Luhrmann adaptation starring Leonardo DiCaprio

Jay-z is reportedly set to help write the score to Baz Luhrmann's big screen remake of The Great Gatsby. The rapper is apparently working with the Bullitts' Jeymes Samuel on music for the film, which stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Isla Fisher.

The news was revealed over Samuel's Twitter account: "Jay-z and myself have been working tirelessly on the score for the upcoming #Classic The Great Gatsby!" he wrote. "It is too Dope for words!" Neither the filmmakers nor the rapper have confirmed the announcement.

Jay-z and myself have been working tirelessly on the score for the upcoming #Classic The Great Gatsby! It is too Dope for words!

— The Bullitts (@TheBullitts) December 30, 2012

Samuel, who is the younger brother of Seal, has built a musical reputation on the back of just a few singles: Supercool, »

- Sean Michaels

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