Jay-Z had a huge rollout for his latest album 4:44 which included iHeart radio debuting the album on the day of its release across all their Pop, Rhythmic and Urban radio stations. Now that the dust has settled and fans have started to call 4:44 one of Hov’s best albums (read our review here), it’s time to push the music on radio stations on a consistent basis.
Jay has picked the title song ‘4:44’ as the first single from the album, which impacts Urban and Rhythmic radio stations across the U.S. tomorrow, Saturday, July 8th. The No. I.D. produced song is easily a fan favorite from the album, which has quotables for days. On the song, the 47 year old rapper opens about his cheating ways and how he put his family to risk for a fling. Jay released the music video for the song earlier today.
4:44 served as a TIDAL exclusive for a week but is now out via Apple Music, Amazon Music and other services. Spotify is still missing from the distribution list of the album which is being promoted countrywide by Def Jam. The physical edition of the album containing three bonus songs is available today (Friday) via Best Buy, Amazon and other retailers.