Snoop Dogg Listened To A “Bootleg” Version Of JAY-Z’s 4:44 Because He Doesn’t Have Tidal

He loved it, obviously.

July 03, 2017

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JAY-Z dropped 4:44 last Friday as a TIDAL and Sprint exclusive. Those who didn't subscribe to the streaming service before midnight on Friday couldn't access the album. Snoop Dogg got his hands on it a different way, which he revealed in a video message to his fans where he praised the record.

“I want to shoot a shoutout to JAY-Z, just dropped another motherfucking hot album, 444,” Snoop said. “But you know what, I don’t got TIDAL, so a nigga had to bootleg it to me. I’m on iTunes and shit, I don’t understand this. Y’all got to 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. But shoutout to JAY-Z, my nigga. He did it again.”

Luckily for everyone else who doesn't have TIDAL, 4:44 is reportedly coming to streaming services as soon as next week and is available to download now by going to 444.tidal.com.

Watch Snoop's message above.

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