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Jay-Z's releases new album, calls out Kanye West

Jay-Z's much anticipated album, "4:44" was released last night via streaming service TIDAL(which Jay-Z co-owns). Cellular phone service Sprint offered its current customers and future customers 6 free months if they signed up for TIDAL. Jay-Z famously scored a deal with Sprint which helped house the album. The response to the Jay-Z's new album has been overwhelming to say the least. Here's what I know(and read considering I haven't heard the album yet). No I.D. produced the album. Jay-Z name checks(and disses) Kanye West, Solange, Eric Benet(actress Halle Berry's ex-husbad), OJ Simpson(song: "The Story of OJ" and I'm assuming it references the football athlete), Future, Diddy, etc. Jay shockingly opens up about his marriage with Beyoncé(involving infidelity, stillborns, egos, children etc.). The album is currently being celebrated via social media and beyond. It is a welcome return for the New York emcee! In other music news...Socialite and designers Kendall Jenner and Kylie Jenner are in hot water after T-Shirts featuring the images of rap legends, Biggie and 2 Pac went out for sale via their new fashion line. The ladies have since issued an apology after being called out by Biggie's mother, Voletta Wallace. Ms. Wallace expressed her disdain labeling their act as  "disgusting"among other things. She also spoke out for 2 Pac as well. Suge Knight's son also spoke out threatening the girls issuing a "warning". Perhaps the most interesting jab was from outspoken TV host(of "The Talk") Sharon Osbourne. One of the many T-shirts that were for sale featured her husband, Ozzy Osbourne. Sharon took to her social media to tell the girls to "stick to what you know...lip gloss". One of the best kiss offs I've read this year! I loved it and I love Sharon Osbourne. Sharon's such a classy lady but she will get you together very quickly. You've been warned!
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