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Sprint and TIDAL customers will get to listen to Jay-Z's new album first

Jay-Z's new album, 4:44, will make its debut on Friday, June 30 as an exclusive on his TIDAL service, which can be accessed for free by Sprint customers.

Published onJune 20, 2017

The first fruits of the recently announced partnership between Sprint and TIDAL will begin on Friday, June 30. That’s when 4:44, the first studio album in four years from Jay-Z, will be available to stream exclusively on TIDAL, which can be accessed for free by Sprint customers via a recently announced six-month trial period.

Sprint is offering a year of free unlimited service (sort of) if you switch from another carrier

Specifically, the “visual album” will become available at 12:01 a.m. Eastern time on June 30 via TIDAL. A new video teaser shows the recent Academy Award winning actor Mahershala Ali playing a boxer who is being trained by Lethal Weapon star Danny Glover, of course featuring a portion of Jay-Z’s new song Adnis playing in the background.

New and current Sprint customers can sign up for the free six-month trial to access the high-end TIDAL HiFi service. The service usually costs $19.99 a month, or $16.99 per month if you pay for six months up front. TIDAL HiFi offers subscribers streaming audio with “lossless High Fidelity sound quality”. It also has a TIDAL Premium tier, which streams audio in standard sound quality for $9.99 a month.

Sprint clearly believes that it can bring in some new customers to the service via TIDAL exclusives such as Jay-Z’s 4:44 album. There’s no word on how long it will remain an exclusive to TIDAL, but we would imagine it could stick around for more than a few days.

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