Let’s be completely honest in this safe space: Nothing will ever, ever top Lemonade. Jay Z’s trying his best, though.
The rapper’s new album 4:44 is now available on TIDAL, his signature streaming service. He’s getting candid about some tough stuff, whether it’s fatherhood, infidelity, or his life experience. He admits to cheating on Beyonce, but eventually makes amends for his actions.
You can listen to the whole album and see if Jay’s reply measures up to Bey’s. In the end, we’re just happy that they’re happy as their family expands.
How to Stream Jay Z’s 4:44
You’ll only be able to listen to the album if you’re one of the 3 million subscribed to TIDAL or if you’re one of the 58 million subscribed to Sprint.
The new album begins and ends with TIDAL. You can download the app on both the Google Play Store and iTunes. If you’re a Sprint customer you have a six month trial of TIDAL at your disposal but if switching phone plans on a whim is too much of a hassle, they still offer a free month to anyone who signs up. There’s also, of course, TIDAL’s official website for those who would like to sign up or listen on their computer.