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The Apple Music does not have to wait long for the new album Jay Z

The new album of rapper Shawn Carter, better known as JAY-Z, may soon appear in Apple Music. According to music publication Billboard, the record 4:44, available now exclusively in Tidal, the rest of the week to debut a streaming service of Apple.

Jay Z presented his new Studio album “4:44” at the end of June. The announcement of the rapper accompanied the publication of the excerpt of the video for the song “Adnis”, which was included in the record. “4:44” which was released in its own streaming service Tidal reference frame.

“Sources have confirmed that “4:44″ will appear in the Apple Music/iTunes this week after a week window with exclusive access Tidal. The tracks will also be broadcast on 160 radio stations and iHeartRadio in the US after the release,” writes the source.

Note that in April of this year, Jay Z was removed from the Apple Music all your music albums. Now most of the CDs of a musician are exclusive to Tidal. They can be purchased in iTunes, but streaming can be listened only subscribers Tidal.

“4:44” is the thirteenth solo album by Sean. It ten songs, one of which is the Moonlight, dedicated to the event at the “Oscar 2017”, where instead of the film “Moonlight” statuette for “Best film” gave “La La Land”.

At the moment on Metacritic 144 marks, the average rating is 78 points.

“JAY-Z has always been one of the most Mature in the industry of hip-hop, but with this album he swings to new heights. This is an extremely personal work, which reveals their own shortcomings of the artist as an example for others, and makes them strive for a better world,” writes the Telegraph, which has put 100 points, calling the album “one of the adults in the entire history of hip-hop”.

“For fans of rap and hip-hop “4:44″ offers not so much. This is a good album to listen to it in headphones, but no more. And it’s pure Commerce, to maintain the Tidal platform,” wrote the Guardian, rated the album 60 points, noting the sincerity of the artist, calling the album “too conservative”.

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