From confessing to his past as a philanderer to revealing his mother’s struggles with living as a gay woman, “4:44” is the rapper’s most personal album yet.
The internet collectively could not handle it as the cheating “accusations” in Beyonce’s “Lemonade” became fact and not fiction.
Almost no stone was left uncovered as the rapper exposed all of his vulnerabilities over beats produced by hip-hop super producer No I.D. He also found the time to address his former BFF Kanye West and the elevator kerfuffle with his sister-in-law Solange.
Jay-Z also reflected on how he failed as a father to his baby girl Blue and the remorse he feels for almost breaking up his family.
After almost 20 plus years in the business, fans were amped that the usually composed rapper gave a glimpse into the life and times of Shawn Corey Carter.
Bravo Hov, bravo.