Jay Z's new album '4:44' will stream exclusively on Tidal


It's not yet clear whether 4:44 will be a Tidal exclusive, but Jay Z is a co-owner of Tidal and has withheld most of his discography from Spotify. This seems to be all but proof 4:44 is a visual album!

It's unclear how long the album will be an exclusive, and as of right now, customers outside of the US will only have access to the release via Tidal.

In it, we see more noir-ish footage (maybe it's the same footage?) of Mahershala Ali hitting a punching bag while a trainer, portrayed by Danny Glover, holds it.

Last week, Damian Marley confirmed that he had been working with Jay-Z on new material after the pair were spotted together in Jamaica.

The album was announced jointly through a Sprint promotion in partnership with Tidal and will be initially exclusive to that streaming platform.

"Prose is never pen, they stayed in my head".

The new project will be made available exclusively to Sprint and Tidal customers.

The release of the album was announced on Twitter by Tidal. The father of three didn't get inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame on a whim, and hopefully there are still some classic bars waiting to be unleashed.

The announcement comes on the heels of highly anticipated reports that Jay Z's pop diva wife Beyonce recently gave birth to twins, making their superstar family a party of five.

He also dropped a snippet of a new song called "Adnis" earlier on Sunday evening. Part of a new song, "Adnia", soundtracked a commercial that debuted over the weekend for 4:44, which will also premieres exclusively on TIDAL June 30th.