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Jay-Z’s Newest Album ‘4:44’ Goes Platinum Barely A Week After Release

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Jay-Z’s digital-only album 4:44 has gone platinum within five days – despite the restriction on who could access it. The music was only available on Tidal, the star’s own streaming service, and to customers of US mobile firm, Sprint. The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) platinum certification, which requires more than one million sales, is rare for digital-only albums. Jay-Z has generated a lot of buzz with the 10-track album, which addresses racial politics and appears to confirm that his mother is “in a same-sex relationship.” This is deemed an impressive feat as in the space of five days, Jay-Z has sold more than one million copies of 4:44 in the US – instantly giving him the sixth biggest-selling album of the year.
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