Jay-Z’s new album “4:44” is easily one of the most anticipated releases for hip-hop in a few years. Despite being launched as an exclusive to his music service Tidal, by the time it hit mainstream sales, radio, and online shops, the album had already been certified platinum by the RIAA.
Some of the biggest publications in the world focused their critic’s talents at “4:44” in an effort to dissect and reconstruct what it was that Jay had delivered to the masses with his 13th studio effort. One of those publications was Rolling Stone. Their review of the album is almost as good as the album itself.
Crank up the tracks, and read along for a true experience as you get taken inside “4:44”