We're sure you've heard by now. Jay-Z's 13th studio album dropped exclusively to Tidal members and Sprint customers. The album quickly sent black Twitter into a frenzy with the juicy details exposed. 

The album is a meaningful work that covers black culture, Jay's beginnings, the feud between old hip hop and new,  and long-term financial literacy and infidelity rumors. 

Jay Z breaks down 4:44 pic.twitter.com/aru8o3IMKS— Karen Civil (@KarenCivil) June 30, 2017

Some expressed their anxiety waiting for the link to hear it: 

When errybody talking bout Jay Z new album but you still waiting for the link pic.twitter.com/zueqBRtUZr— Legends (@LegendsofCH) June 30, 2017

Others used the opportunity as a reminder to invest in Tidal and thus black business: 

The reason you don't have Jay Z new album is because you don't support black businesses. @Tidalhifi— Charlamagne Tha God (@cthagod) June 30, 2017

Jay-Z expresses his happiness that his mother, a lesbian, has found love. Twitter users reflected on how far hip-hop has matured: 

Jay said his mother is a lesbian and came out in support of her same-sex relationship. Rap really has grown up pic.twitter.com/3cYqgJrfM7— Insanul Ahmed ???????? (@Incilin) June 30, 2017

Hov explains the difference between long money and short money: 

Jay Z is feeling like John Wick, one body one head shot! pic.twitter.com/e3quUyRvhY— Carl Mus' (@ccharlesxl) June 30, 2017

"You wanna know what's more important that throwing money at the strip club??? Credit" – Jay Z pic.twitter.com/voPFcQQhxL— Tolu Ayeni (@naturallylu) June 30, 2017

It's inspired more than a few folks: 

Me right now looking up stocks and investments I can afford after listening to the story of OJ by Jay z pic.twitter.com/BNtElU3olF— n. (@Prechid) June 30, 2017

In Jay's The Story of OJ  Hov uses the fallen athlete and "race-transcending" super-star to weave a cautionary, and very real, tale: 

Watch JAY Z's new music video "The Story of O.J." from his new album 4:44
— Edith Queeneth (@MusicTrends5) June 30, 2017

Admitting that infidelity is taking the ultimate L: 

I never thought I'll see a rapper (the greatest rapper alive imo) admit that infidelity isn't cool Jay Z 444!! Lemonade!! pic.twitter.com/lkOHQsCODX— Mrigank Tyagi (@TheMrigankTyagi) June 30, 2017

Ultimately, this new work isn't for the club – it's for the culture. And it's right on time. The entire album is produced by legendary producer No. I.D

and i thought DAMN was the best it could get this year lmao then Jay Z came out the cut like pic.twitter.com/K09y9Q7CYk— Prettyboi Barz ;( (@BarzdaLyricist) June 30, 2017