Jay-Z’s new album ‘4:44’ is earning rave reviews but it seems not everyone listened to it the legal way.
The album was released exclusively on Jay-Z’s streaming service Tidal and for Sprint mobile customers. For those with neither service, it was a bit harder to listen to the rapper’s 13th studio album.
Snoop Dogg posted a video of him discussing Jay-Z’s new record, but he admitted he had to download it illegally to listen to it.
While he praised the album, he had to admit that someone else had to get him a bootleg copy because he doesn’t really understand how Tidal works. “I’m on iTunes and s**t cuz, I don’t understand that s**t, y’all gotta explain that to me,” the rapper revealed.
“I went on iTunes looking for his album and I couldn’t find it, and my homie sent it to me, you understand me? Shout-out to Jay-Z, he did it again. I ain’t no hater, I love the game for what it’s worth,” Snoop Dogg explained.
The good news is that Jay-Z is releasing the album on Apple Music on Friday, July 7 for everyone, including Snoop Dogg, to listen to.