New Jay Z Album Drops June 30, Sprint & TIDAL Exclusive

Fernando Stephens
June 19, 2017

In a move sure to guarantee that his name remains synonymous with shitty streaming services and poor reception, Jay Z has announced a new album that will be available exclusively to TIDAL users and Sprint customers. New TIDAL members worldwide can visit TIDAL.com/Try-now.

Every one of Jay Z's previous twelve studio albums has gone at least Platinum with 1998's Vol. 2.Hard Knock Life now five-times Platinum. Now Sprint's stock is surely getting a bump.

RN we don't know whether 4:44 will be a visual album like Bey's Lemonade, or whether the movie will just act as some kind of companion piece, but more will likely be revealed soon.

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The corporate partnership behind the USA release is the first in a series of music exclusives, according to a joint statement, and it follows the announcement in January that Tidal sold a 33 percent stake in the company to Sprint for $200 million, giving it access to the telecom company's 45 million customers.

In the clip, which you can see above, Oscar Award-winner Mahershala Ali is shadow-boxing and training with Danny Glover, while Jay drops a half a minute worth of bars about a "letter to my dad that I never wrote".

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