Rapper Jay Z's new album, titled 4:44, will release on June 30.
The 47-year-old musician's next LP will be available exclusively to the users of music streaming service Tidal, reported Variety.
The official Twitter handle of the service shared the news.
The first tweet tagged Jay Z and posted a 30-second-long black-and-white clip from the video of one of the album's songs, featuring the "Moonlight" star Mahershala Ali.
The Oscar-winning actor can be seen throwing punches at a boxing bag. An older man holding his bag in some of the shots, who may be his father in the scenario.
Confirming the date of release, the second tweet read, ".@S_C_ x '4:44' album x 6/30 http://Sprint.TIDAL.com #TIDALXSprint."
The announcement came after Jay Z became a father for a second time when his wife singer Beyonce Knowles gave birth to fraternal twins on Sunday.