Jay-Z basically took over the game last night, dropping his highly anticipated 4:44 on Tidal. The early reactions are positive, with many praising the soulful marriage of No I.D.'s production and Jay's grown man wisdom. It's a welcome return to form for Mr. Carter, and many fans were quick to dole out their initial thoughts on the album. While this is merely a small sample size, it would appear that Hov got his swagger back once again. What do ya'll think about 4:44?

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