Jay Z is releasing his new album 4:44 on June 30th exclusively on Tidal

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    Jay Z is preparing to release his thirteenth solo album on June 30th, and it’s going to be a Tidal exclusive. The album, titled 4:44, will be available to Tidal subscribers and to Sprint users in the latest manifestation of the partnership between the two companies.

    Tidal says 4:44 is the first in a line of exclusives that will be available to Sprint users, after the carrier purchased 33 percent of the streaming service for $200 million earlier this year. Sprint users can get a free six month trial of Tidal HiFi and listen to the album for free. “Jay Z is a global icon and we’re giving customers an incredible opportunity to be among the first to experience his new album 4:44,” Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure said in a statement.

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