JAY-Z just dropped his new album 4:44 this past Friday (June 30) as an exclusive on Tidal, and though it'll be coming to iTunes and Apple Music next week, there are also physical versions on the way—and they're going to contain more new music from Hov.

In an insightful new interview with Rolling StoneNo I.D., the masterful producer who made every beat on the project, talks about how he got together with Jay, what it was like pushing Jigga to get more personal, and the bonus tracks on the upcoming physical versions of the album.

"There's three more songs that are coming out as bonuses," the Chicago producer reveals in the discussion. "James Blake came in and joined into the process. There's more coming shortly that's equally as revealing."

Young Guru, who recorded the whole album, also revealed that the song "Adnis," which was previewed before the LP dropped, would be one of the songs included on the physical version.

Though many thought the album would surely be tied into some sort of visual, much like Beyoncé's Lemonade, we've only gotten one video from the project so far for "The Story of O.J.

No I.D. went digging in the crates for the production on 4:44, so don't miss this breakdown of every sample on the new album.

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