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JAY-Z's '4:44' is Now Available on Apple Music
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JAY-Z's 13th studio album, 4:44, dropped on June 30th.
For the last seven days, the only way to officially listen to the album was on TIDAL.
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That changes now: JAY-Z's 4:44 is now available on Apple Music. The Fader confirmed that the album was coming to other outlets earlier in the evening. And now we're here.
And then there was this tweet:
LISTEN: Stream JAY-Z’s New Album ‘4:44’ Now
If you want to hear 4:44, and don't have TIDAL head here:
Not available on any of the streaming services is the three bonus cuts. Those will only appear on the physical version of the album. Late last night, some rips of the tracks hit the 'Net.
The three songs are “Adnis” and “MaNyfaCedGod,” which we heard previews of during the lead up to the release. And then there's “Blue’s Freestyle/We Family,” which features Blue Ivy herself spitting bars:
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Rapping just runs in the bloodline.
SOURCE: The Fader