Jay Z Announces New Album, ‘Four

Jay Z Announces New Album, ‘4:44’Enlarge this image toggle caption Alo Ceballos/GC Images Alo Ceballos/GC ImagesOn the heels of his historic induction into the Songwriters Hall of Fame (and amid unconfirmed rumors of new arrivals to his family), Jay Z has announced his thirteenth solo studio album, 4:44, to be released on June 30.
Earlier this year, Sprint bought a $200 million stake in the streaming service, which Jay Z purchased for $56 million.
Jay Z purchased Tidal and unforgettably relaunched it in early 2015.
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The album was announced jointly through a Sprint promotion in partnership with Tidal and will be initially exclusive to that streaming platform.

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