Jay Z's new album '4:44' to drop June 30 on Tidal

According to the teaser, the project - which is presumed to be a visual album - will arrive on June 30 via Sprint and TIDAL. Considering it's been a hot minute since his last album, Magna Carta Holy Grail, came out, this is a joyous surprise for us all no matter which way you slice it. Coding sleuths at Kanye to the People found traces of Jay Z's streaming service Tidal in the web code. Earlier this week, TIDAL confirmed that 4:44 would indeed feature new music from Jay Z, fueling suspicions that the mysterious rollout was all leading up to a new Jay Z album. It was soon revealed that 4:44 was, in part, an upcoming Tidal-only film starring Mahershala Ali, Lupita Nyong'o and Danny Glover. In the United Kingdom, he's not been quite as successful but did manage to claim his first United Kingdom number 1 LP in 2013 with the release of "Magna Carta". The latter bought a 33% stake in Tidal for $200 million in January 2017 which gives Tidal access to the telephone company's 45 million customers.

Jay Z recently railed against the injustices of the American prison in Time, specifically the racket of the bail system. Well, we have a little bit of insight to glean from this new commercial promoting the God MC's partnership between Sprint and Tidal.

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Fans will be required to sign up for Tidal or Sprint in order to acquire the album legally; Sprint customers can receive a free six-month Tidal trial subscription.

The new song called "Adnis", hears Jay Z rapping about his relationship with his father.

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