Jay-Z’s ‘4:44′ Album Is Available for Free Download on Tidal With No Subscription
JAY-Z fans unwilling to sign up for Tidal in order to get their fix of the new Jigga album, rejoice! 4:44 is available for free download on the streaming service with no subscription.
Those wanting to download the project go to 444.Tidal.com and after entering an e-mail address, and the promo code, SPRINT, the album will be made available to download for free.
News of the free download comes on the heels of news that a compact disk version of the LP will soon be available and will include bonus songs. “There’s three more songs that are coming out as bonuses,” the album's producer, No I.D. recently revealed in a discussion with Rolling Stone. “James Blake came in and joined into the process. There’s more coming shortly that’s equally as revealing.”
Hov's right-hand production engineer, Young Guru, also revealed that the song, "Adnis," which played during NBA Final promo for the project, will also be included on the physical version. After getting bombarded with questions about why the track didn't made the cut, he responded on Twitter, “Guys calm down Adnis will be on the physical copies. If you guys act right I may slip a couple other songs on there.. shhh don’t tell jay.”
The album will reportedly hit other streaming services next week, including iTunes and Apple Music.
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