Four years after he released his Magna Carta Holy Grail album, rap mogul Jay-Z shared with fans his 13th solo studio album called “4:44” on Thursday.

The album is currently available for new and existing subscribers of TIDAL, according to Entertainment Weekly. It is also available in different radio stations all over America until July 1 and digitally via iHeartRadio, which teamed up with Jay-Z on the launch.

The 35-minute album contains 10 tracks, including the incredibly telling song “4:44,” which reveals Jay-Z’s confession for womanizing and Beyoncé’s miscarriages.

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The song lyrics go: “I apologize, our love was one for the ages and I contained us / And if my children knew, I don’t even know what I would do / If they ain’t look at me the same / I would prolly die with all the shame.”

It does not come as any surprise that the album caused quite the commotion among fans. A lot of people shared their excitement on Twitter, and their reactions were quite hilarious.

Jay-Z earlier spoke to Complex and revealed the meaning behind each song. He said that “4:44” is “the cruz of the album,” so he placed it right in the middle.

“And I woke up, literally, at 4:44 in the morning, 4:44 a.m., to write this song. So it became the title of the album and everything. It’s the title track because it’s such a powerful song, and I just believe one of the best songs I’ve ever written,” he said.

He also talked about the first track “Kill Jay-Z,” which should not be taken literally. “It’s really about the ego. It’s about killing off the ego, so we can have this conversation in a place of vulnerability and honesty,” he said.

The second song, “The Story of O.J.” was also well-received by fans, and Jay-Z said it’s all about the cycle of life and how people can rise above the ordinary.

“‘The Story of O.J.’ is really a song about we as a culture, having a plan, how we’re gonna push this forward. We all make money, and then we all lose money, as artists especially. But how, when you have some type of success, to transform that into something bigger,” he explained.