Jay Z's new album '4:44' to drop June 30 on Tidal

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Following reports that Beyoncé has given birth to their twins, the news of the rapper's album - titled "4:44" - was revealed on Twitter.

Some code-cracker lead into reading that 4:44 meant "For 44", or the 44th U.S. President, aka Barack Obama.

This will be Jay-Z's 13th solo studio album, and his first since 2013's Magna Carta Holy Grail. It's the first in a series of exclusives being offered to the 45 million postpaid and prepaid Sprint customers and existing TIDAL members.

Some sort of 4:44 video/film was previewed during the NBA Finals this year with names like Mahershala Ali, Danny Glover and Lupita Nyong'o.

Jay Z will hit the road this summer in support of 4:44, including stops at festivals like his Made in America, Austin City Limits and Meadows.

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Jay Z has another big announcement to make. The album is scheduled for release on 30 June 2017, but fans will not be able to purchase it via the conventional methods of distribution.

Now, more footage from that video has been released, featuring a new snippet from Jay for a song apparently called "Adnis". According to Entertainment Weekly, this was later confirmed by both Sprint and TIDAL, which released the trailer as part of its partnership with the artist.

Exclusive releases are one of the ways with which music streaming services bring in new subscribers.

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.

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