Jay Z Announced Release Date For New Album, ‘4:44’

Jay Z Announced Release Date For New Album, ‘4:44’

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Hov’s got something waiting for us.  TIDAL has been teasing the release of Jay Z’s new album 4:44, which is executive produced by NO ID, with Youtube ads featuring actors Mahershala Ali, Lupita Nyong’o, and Danny Glover, indicating that there would be a visual element involved.  In a recent commercial, TIDAL announced their partnership with Sprint, announcing that the carrier’s members will have the advantage of possessing access to 4:44 and other exclusives.

Earlier this year, Sprint bought a third of the company for $200 milli.  It seems like that was a very smart move, especially with Jay Z’s highly anticipated album.  According to The Verge, users of Sprint are able to get a free six-month trial of TIDAL HiFi to listen to the project.  “Jay Z is a global icon and we’re giving customers an incredible opportunity to be among the first to experience in his new album 4:44,” Marcelo Claure, Sprint CEO, said.  

It’s been four years since the East Coast legend dropped a whole album, so anyone that doesn’t have Sprint is sick.  We’re hoping the Internet will come in clutch on the arrival date, June 30. 


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