“I want to shoot a shout out to Jay Z just dropped another (expletive) hot album, ‘4:44’…” he said. “But you know what? I don’t got Tidal, so (someone) had to bootleg it to me. I’m on iTunes and (expletive) because I don’t understand that -- y’all gotta explain that to me.”
Snoop also offered a review of the album, particularly the song “Family Feud,” which addresses division in the hip hop and rap community among Jay’s peers, successors and predecessors.
“See, I ain’t no hater, I love the game for what it’s worth -- the young (rappers) and the old (rappers),” he said. “Practice that. Practice showing love. Practice supporting other (expletive) other than yourself. Yeah, do that.”
Jay Z’s latest album is still a Tidal and Sprint exclusive, meaning only subscribers to Tidal and Sprint customers have legal access to the music. The album was initially available to listen only for existing Tidal members before June 30 and Sprint users.
According to Billboard, the album will be on Apple Music for streaming this week after Tidal’s one-week exclusivity window.
Physical copies will reportedly be available at a later date that has not been set.