Jay Z Just Announced His 4:44 Tour

Jay Z is hitting the road soon in support of his new album '4:44.'

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Jay Z has officially announced a tour in support of his new album 4:44. The 32-date trek begins Oct. 27 and runs through Dec. 21 with stops in Las Vegas, Atlanta, Chicago, and of course Brooklyn.

.@S_C_ just announced the 4:44 Tour. Exclusive TIDAL pre-sale starts today, 12pm ET: https://t.co/We5OlPBrLl #TIDALXSprint #444TOUR pic.twitter.com/y7Ilb3hhSC

It was initially teased Sunday afternoon on Roc Nation's Twitter account:

Tidal, Sprint, and Live Nation also shared similar messaging on their respective accounts. If you remember, back in May Jay Z inked a 10-year deal with Live Nation reportedly worth $200 million. Hov is always about his business.

A tour seemed all but a guarantee after it was previously revealed that Jay Z would be headlining Made in America, Meadows, and Austin City Limits later this year. 

Jay Z's 4:44 didn't appear on the Billboard 200 chart as Tidal didn't report the streaming numbers in its first week of release. That said, it sounds like the album will hit No. 1 following its release to Apple Music along with the availability of physical copies. All told, 4:44 is projected to move around 275,000 units.

The physical copies also included a treat for Jay Z fans: three bonus songs, one of which featured Blue Ivy dropping bars of her own.

Those with Tidal subscriptions will have access to pre-sale tickets today (July 10) at 12 p.m. ET. Citi cardmembers will also have access to pre-sale starting at 12 p.m. today through Thursday (July 13) at 10 p.m. General ticket sales will be available Friday (July 14) at 10 a.m. local time on Live Nation. VIP packages will be available at VIPNation.com. Check out the tour schedule below and visit Tidal for more info.

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