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Jay-Z wears a black jumper and shorts on a stroll in Hawaii

Jay-Z cuts a casual figure as he steps out in a black jumper and shorts while enjoying a stroll in Hawaii with friends

He’s remained busy amid the coronavirus pandemic, and is even reportedly investing in a new fitness start-up with Novak Djokovic.

And Jay-Z was seen heading out on stroll in Hawaii during a break from his hectic schedule, as he stepped out with some friends on Tuesday.

The rapper, 50, kept things casual for the outing as he donned a black pullover jumper over loose-fitting shorts. 

Outing: Jay-Z cut a casual figure as he paired a black jumper and shorts while out on a stroll in Hawaii with friends on Tuesday

Jay-Z’s top was decorated with blue butterflies across the sleeves, while his shorts had white and blue racer stripes.

He completed his sporty look by paired white trainers with black-and-white socks, while he accessorised with a smart watch.

The musician covered his brunet tresses with a bright pink baseball cap, adding a pop of colour to his otherwise dark look.

Standing out: The musician covered his brunet tresses with a bright pink baseball cap, adding a pop of colour to his otherwise dark look

Standing out: The musician covered his brunet tresses with a bright pink baseball cap, adding a pop of colour to his otherwise dark look

It was reported earlier this month that Jay-Z had invested in a new fitness start-up with tennis ace Djokovic.

The rapper – worth $1billion – and the world number one tennis player, who has a $220million fortune, are said to be investing in CLMBR, which is set to be a rival for fitness platform Peloton, who Jay-Z’s wife Beyonce has recently partnered with.

According to TMZ, CLMBR is about to launch two flagship products – vertical climbing machines – with the 99 Problems’ hitmakers longtime fitness consultant Marco Borges and YouTube co-founder Chad Hurley also said to be investing. 

CLMBR replicates virtual climbing and features world-first machines with touchscreen displays, and classes with instructors.    

Mogul: It was reported earlier this month that Jay-Z had invested in a new fitness start-up with tennis ace Novak Djokovic

Mogul: It was reported earlier this month that Jay-Z had invested in a new fitness start-up with tennis ace Novak Djokovic

Business acumen: The world number one tennis player (pictured) and rapper are said to be among the investors in CLMBR which is a rival for fitness platform Peloton

Business acumen: The world number one tennis player (pictured) and rapper are said to be among the investors in CLMBR which is a rival for fitness platform Peloton

Mailonline contacted representatives for Jay-Z and Novak Djokovic for comment at the time.

Jay-Z has proved to be a savvy businessman – his previous investments include a  $70 million stake in Uber, a $100 million stake in streaming service Tidal and stakes in Armand de Brignac champagne and D’Usse cognac, valued at $410 million.    

The reported investment comes as Beyonce joined forces with fitness platform Peloton to create a series of themed workouts for students during Homecoming season.

The 39-year-old music icon’s classes will celebrate Homecoming season – an celebration for students at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) which takes place in the Autumn and pays tribute to history and traditions.

New venture: Beyoncé has joined forces with fitness platform Peloton to create a series of themed workouts for students during Homecoming season

New venture: Beyoncé has joined forces with fitness platform Peloton to create a series of themed workouts for students during Homecoming season

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