Snoop Dogg bootlegged Jay-Z's 4:44

Brunilde Fioravanti
Luglio 3, 2017

Jay-Z chose to release "4:44" exclusively on Tidal, with the album promoted by telecom provider Sprint, which recently bought a one-third stake in the platform amid the rapid growth of streaming worldwide.

It's not all bad news, however - Snoop loves the album. I mean, you would think that Snoop could've easily ponied up the cash to join Tidal as well, but he seemed confused about exactly how the technology works.

"4:44", the first album in four years by the rapper who has devoted much of his energy to his business empire, came out to favorable reviews and a major buzz online over his unusually introspective lyricism.

"Top o" the morning", he says in the self-shot video, "I wanna shoot a shout-out to Jay-Z - just dropped another motherf***ing hot album, "4:44'". I'm on iTunes and shit cuz, I don't understand that shit - y'all gotta explain that to me. I went to iTunes looking for his album and I couldn't find it but my homie had to send it to me.

According to a source at Billboard, "4:44 will be added to Apple Music/iTunes next week after its one-week exclusivity window on Tidal", continuing "A physical release is eventually planned, though no timetable has been set yet for that roll-out".

The lyrics turned out to be the musical equivalent of fake news - with Jay-Z taking West to task but more lightly. "Practice supporting other motherfuc**rs other than yourself", he said. If Snoop wants to stick to his Apple-using ways, all he has to do is wait a few days.

Before signing off on his video, Snoop had a message for rap's old and new generation.

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