As the countdown winds down for JAY-Z’s 4:44 project, more details continue to pour out. Between the snippet of “Adnis,” which is getting airtime in the Sprint-Tidal partnership commercial, and the recent video shoot around Brooklyn’s Marcy Projects, the anticipation behind Jigga’s new album has everyone reaching for their magnifying glass in search of any bit of info. More information arrived over the weekend, after new images surfaced from the LP’s visual component.

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Jeymes Samuels of The Bullits went on Instagram Live and shared what appeared to be visuals from 4:44. Actor Jesse Williams also posted his own images, and Ron Perlman retweeted an image taken by Samuels.

Last week, 4:44 was officially announced as an album which will be available exclusively to Sprint customers and subscribers of TIDAL, JAY-Z’s streaming service. The album will reportedly be produced solely by No I.D., whose past work with Jay includes tracks like “D.O.A. (Death of Auto-Tune),” “All Around the World,” “Holy Grail” and “Run This Town.”

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To celebrate the release of the new album, Sprint and Tidal will host a number of listening parties around the country. Sprint stores in nine cities will stay open late for the exclusive release of the album, which is due Friday (June 30) on Tidal. New Yorkers have three different parties around the city, while Los Angeles has two locations. Other cities hosting these 4:44 events include Washington D.C., Las Vegas, Miami, Atlanta, Boston, Philadelphia and Chicago. Fans can register for the events here.