Jay Z or now Jay-Z has stirred up quite a controversy over the past few weeks, but can you expect anything different from the Knowles-Carter clan.
By now we know the mysterious 4:44 signs that were plastered all over New York City are definitely associated with the Brooklyn rapper and his streaming service, Tidal. During the NBA finals, a commercial went out where Mahershala Ali and Danny Glover were seen boxing in a cinematic type trailer. Now most recently Tidal released a new trailer (see below) with an official release date of the project.
So here’s what we know so far.
- The project will be released exclusively on Tidal on June 30.
- Tidal is partnering with Sprint in a mission to connect 1 million low-income U.S. high school students who don’t have internet access at home.
- No I.D is possibly producing the entire project.
- Sprint customers in the NY and L.A. area could attend a “unique 4:44 experience.
- This is Jay’s 13 studio album
- Switching to Sprint entitles you to 6-month of complimentary Tidal streaming services
- Possibly a response to Beyoncé 2016 Lemonade album
Spotted 👀 #444
— Complex (@Complex) June 20, 2017
— TIDAL (@TIDALHiFi) June 20, 2017
NEW HOV COMING pic.twitter.com/HmZIKARJ9H
— XXL Magazine (@XXL) June 19, 2017