JAY-Z is continuing to release Tidal-exclusive footnotes for the songs on his recent 13th album 4:44. Hov’s “Kill Jay Z” is the latest track to get the visual background treatment.
A new documentary titled ‘Public Enemies: Jay-Z v. Kanye’ is slated to explore the complex relationship between Kanye West and JAY-Z.
As promised, JAY-Z delivered the visuals for “BAM” featuring Damian Marley.
Just when you thought it was safe to get some shut eye, Beyonce releases the first picture of Sir and Rumi to the world.
Following the “Footnotes For ‘The Story Of O.J’,” Hov returns with the “Footnotes For ‘4:44′.”
After dropping the visual for “The Story of O.J.,” Hov returns with the 8-minute video/short-film for “4:44.” In the video, various clips from people including Lauryn Hill, Beyonce, and Eartha Kitt used to convey all […]
JAY-Z’s 4:44 now appears to be available on most major streaming platforms—including Apple Music, Amazon Music Unlimited, Tidal (of course) — except Spotify to no surprise.
New (alleged) details have emerged around the $20 million Jay Z references on his new 4:44 album.
Since the release of JAY-Z’s 4:44, the Net has been dissecting, praising and hating Hov’s latest musical effort. A standout track from the 10-track project is “The Story of O.J.” which touches on being so […]