Published: Mon, June 19, 2017
Industry | By Dora Warner

Jay Z Confirms New Album '4:44' Coming June 30

Jay Z Confirms New Album '4:44' Coming June 30

The news of an upcoming album release caps off a busy weekend for Jay Z.

The album, which will be available exclusively for customers of both Tidal and Sprint (the telecommunications company is part owner of the streaming service), will be accompanied by a film of the same name, starring Mahershala Ali, Lupita Nyong'o and Danny Glover.

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Rapper Jay Z's new album, titled "4:44", will release on June 30.

If you go to and page through the links promoting their new partnership with Tidal, you end up finding this message for new and existing Sprint customers who can take advantage of a complimentary six-month trial of Tidal. New Boost Mobile customers can subscribe during the activation process in-store or online at

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There's still plenty of mystery surrounding Jay Z's new project/album, 4:44, but we at least know now that it's coming.

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.

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"Today is an exciting day to be a Sprint customer", said Marcelo Claure, Sprint President and CEO, via a press statement.

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