Jay-Z gives some sound advice to children in the new series, 'Secret Millionaires Club,' a set of four animated specials premiering on Hub TV Sunday (Oct. 23).

Hov takes on cartoon form, serving not as a rapper in the visuals but as a successful businessman. With ventures such as the Brooklyn Nets and Rocawear clothing line under his belt, the 41-year-old MC speaks from experience when dropping gems on the four kids.

"As a team, you can put your interests in business to good use," animated Hov tells the four youngsters. "That's what I've done. Being a good business man has allowed me to help others, like my charity, the Sean Carter Scholarship Foundation."

The 'Secret Millionaires Club' series will also feature biz magnate and investor Warren Buffet, who shares the message of "investing in yourself" even from a young age.

The premiere episode, titled 'Be Cool to Your School,' has Buffett giving financial advice to a group of teens trying to raise money for their school and a trip to New York City.

During Jay's scene, he instills words of wisdom and urges the kids to take on the town, which they do to the tune of his collabo with Alicia Keys, 'Empire State of Mind.'

Watch Jay-Z Take Cartoon Form in 'Secret Millionaires Club'

Watch Jay-Z's 'Empire State of Mind'


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