Jay-Z Changes Name; Announces New Album

The rapper has been quite busy in recent days. Not only did the couple just welcome new twins to the family, the mogul revamped his name again bringing back the hyphen. The move was most likely prompted by the announcement last week of a new album “4:44.”

The 47-year-old rapper dropped the hyphen from his name after the release of his 2013 album “Magna Carta Holy Grail.” The new album is set to premiere exclusively on his streaming service Tidal on June 30.

The album will reportedly mimick the release strategy of Beyoncé‘s previous two “visual” albums, “Beyoncé” and “Lemonade.”

Check out the album trailer here:

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