Jay Z's new album '4:44' to drop on Tidal

Jay-Z's mysterious new project has a release date

Jay-Z's mysterious new project has a release date

Jay Z is preparing to release his thirteenth solo album on June 30th, and it's going to be a Tidal exclusive.

The two companies have now announced that Sprint customers and Tidal members will get exclusive access to Jay's forthcoming 4:44 album.

Fans will be required to sign up for Tidal or Sprint in order to acquire the album legally; Sprint customers can receive a free six-month Tidal trial subscription.

"Today is an exciting day to be a Sprint customer", Spring president and CEO Marcelo Claure said in a statement.

Jay Z announced the release date of his first new album in four years on Sunday night.

Tidal is partnering with United States carrier Sprint, whose customers will be able to enjoy a free six-month Tidal HiFi membership.

That intricate project was first released exclusively via Tidal before being offered on Apple's iTunes. But considering Jay's unorthodox and inventive marketing acumen, it's a good bet to assume that this is far from the end of the 4:44 hype plan. Via Prepaid Rewards Card (less phone trade-in credit provided) after online registration and new phone activation.

After 6 months, pay $9.99/mo. for Tidal Premium. Sprint makes it easy.

A snippet of the album's commercial featuring Jay Z's new song "Adnis", actor Danny Glover and Oscar victor Mahershala Ali was released on Sunday night. The rapper will also be on the road supporting the new album's release performing at festivals like The Meadows and Made In America, so fans can expect to experience the new music live.

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