Jay-Z’s new album 4:44 is only days away from its June 30 release date, and while we have our ideas on what it might sound and look like, we still don’t know much. But Jay has given another nibble of info.

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Late Tuesday (June 28) night, Tidal released a trailer called “Kill JAY-Z.” In the 30-second clip, a seemingly afraid young man is running in slow motion. As the camera pans out, his black t-shirt is revealed to say “STAY BLACK.” While a cinematic instrumental plays in the background, we don’t hear any vocals from Jay.

What we know so far: the album will have a visual component starring Danny Glover, Mahershala Ali and Lupita Nyong’o, with the likes of actor/activist Jesse Williams, Ron Perlman, Edi Gathegi, Kwame Boateng, and Emile Hirsch wearing prisoner uniforms. The only vocals we’ve heard so far are from “Adnis,” a song named after Jay-Z’s late father Adnis Reeves. And rumor has it that veteran producer No I.D. is producing the entire album.

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On Thursday night, Sprint stores around the country will host listening experiences for 4:44 before it drops on Friday (presumably at midnight) exclusively on Tidal. Only then will we see how everything comes together.

Rumor Report | Jay Z announces new album ‘4:44’