You already know what day it is. Jay Z’s 13th studio album, 4:44, has officially dropped.
The anticipation surrounding the 47-year-old’s new—and mysterious—album has been building for weeks. It all started in early June with the release of cryptic ads that featured nothing more than the figure “4:44.” After the internet began sleuthing, it was discovered that Jay’s streaming service Tidal was behind the ads; however, it was unclear what Hov and Tidal had up their sleeves.
A couple of weeks after the ads popped up, the streaming service finally confirmed the big rumor: 4:44 was, in fact, the title of the rapper’s long-awaited new album. It was a project many fans have been anticipating for years—likely since the release of Jay’s last full-length album Magna Carta Holy Grail in 2013.
Mere hours before the project’s release, Tidal tweeted out an image implying that the record would contain ten songs.
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