Jay Z and Pharrell Williams released the single “Entrepreneur” in conjunction with a Time magazine package on “The New American Revolution.” The friends and collaborators are part of a package that includes interviews with Tyler, the Creator, Angela Davis and other activists discussing the systemic inequities that Black people have faced throughout U.S history and how creating equality in culture, education, sports and policy is the key to making a change. Pharrell Williams revealed the inspiration behind the track, saying the intention was to describe how hard it is to be an entrepreneur in the United States. Jay Z’s verse also takes on the idea that economic empowerment is the key to uplifting everyone. The song, which was produced by Williams and his Neptunes partner Chad Hugo, stresses that when we stick together, treat each other better, and welcome each other, there’s more money for everyone. Both Williams and Jay Z are multi-hyphenate musicians, business owners and social activists.