Music mogul JAY-Z's keeping the attention on 4:44. The hip-hop veteran has green lighted the project's arrival on additional streaming services outside of Apple Music and TIDAL.
In addition to more digital giants, JAY now has physical 4:44 versions available on Amazon.
Both Apple Music and Amazon Music Unlimited announced tonight they would be streaming the album beginning at midnight on 7/7. The music video for "The Story of O.J." is also available on both services, as well as on YouTube. Universal Music confirmed that physical copies of the 4:44 album would include three additional bonus tracks, "Adnis," "Blue's Freestyle/We Family" and "ManyFacedGod," which reportedly features U.K. R&B singer James Blake. CDs will be available via Amazon beginning 7/7. (HITS Daily Double)
The physical versions feature JAY's daughter Blue Ivy Carter flexing her vocal skills.
Blue Ivy makes her captivating debut in "Blue's Freestyle/We Family." We'll keep it real - it's hard to tell what she's saying but it's still pretty freaking awesome how she keeps that beat on point. You can clearly hear her rap, "boom shakalaka" and "Never seen a ceiling in my whole life." (TMZ)
Le freestyle de Blue Ivy sur 4:44 pic.twitter.com/UvdQnd2SvB
— BEYONCÉ DIVA (@Bey_Diva_) July 7, 2017
This week, buzz developed about JAY adding Blue's freestyle as part of his new 4:44 album's bonus tracks.
Recently, 4:44 executive producer No I.D. promised more songs to come.
"Yes. There's three more songs that are coming out as bonuses. James Blake came in and joined into the process. There's more coming shortly that's equally as revealing. (Rolling Stone)
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