JAY-Z, photographed during the 2017 NBA Finals in Oakland, California, on June 1, 2017, gets personal on “4:44.” Getty Images

JAY-Z is notoriously private — the rapper rarely does interviews and, when he does, he strays from talking about Beyoncé, Blue Ivy and the like. However, Hov has finally let up, giving fans a glimpse into his life as a husband and father on his latest album, ‘4:44.’

On a track bearing the same name, the New York native opens up about how Blue Ivy’s birth changed him for the better. He raps, “I apologize often womanize / took for my child to be born / see through a woman’s eyes.” JAY-Z, 47, then rhymes about the birth of his twins, believed to have been born on June 12.

“Took for these natural twins to believe in miracles / Took me too long for this song / I don’t deserve you,” he says.

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The focus of the song later seemingly shifts to Beyoncé. JAY-Z raps about multiple unsuccessful pregnancies saying, “I’ve seen the innocence / Leave your eyes / I still mourn this death / I apologize for all the stillborns.” The emotionally charged lyrics suggest the musicians, who’ve collectively amassed a total of 43 Grammys, suffered through more than one miscarriage or stillbirth.

In addition to Beyoncé’s pregnancy woes, JAY-Z raps about the problems in their marriage. He seemingly owns up to his transgressions. The lyrics suggest that the rapper stepped outside his marriage.

“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 probably die with all the shame / ‘You did what with who?’ / What good is a ménage a trois when you have a soulmate? / ‘You risked that for Blue?’” he says on the song.

While JAY-Z and Beyoncé are notoriously private, the pair make a habit of getting personal in their music. In April 2016, Beyoncé released “Lemonade,” a visual album that debuted on HBO. The project featured lyrics like fans had never heard before from the songstress about infidelity, Blue Ivy and more.

One song in particular, “Sorry,” seemed to suggest that JAY-Z had been unfaithful. Fans took the lyrics, which named “Becky with the good hair” as the other woman, and ran with them. Beyoncé’s fans couldn’t help but speculate about who Becky may be, pointing the finger at Rita Ora and Rachel Roy.

Neither JAY-Z nor Beyoncé has spoken about the birth of their twins since their arrival aside from musical mentions. Their inner circle has been equally tight lipped about the arrival of the children. JAY-Z’s close friend Sean “Diddy” Combs appeared on “The Late Show with Seth Meyers” early this week, revealing that he was able to give the music mogul a little advice from one father of twins to another.

“The thing that I said is that you really have to be prepared for double the love,” he said (via ET Online). “You’re used to getting love from one child, but when you get this incredible love from two kids and they’re twins, it’s truly a blessing and may God bless him and Beyoncé and the family and everybody out there that has kids — period.”

Former Destiny’s Child member Kelly Rowland poked fun at the repeated requests she’s gotten to comment on Beyoncé having given birth. She appeared in an Instagram video holding a toy “No” button. Someone off camera asks her to speak on the twins’ arrival to which she smiles and pushes the button.

While their friends seem to be on the same page as Beyoncé and JAY-Z about their privacy, proud granddad Matthew Knowles might have missed the memo. On June 18, just days after the children are said to have been born, he shared a happy birthday message for the newborns. The post confirmed their arrival, but nothing more.

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Knowels faced serious backlash for the post from fans. The Beyhive ran to her rescue, tearing her dad apart for jumping the gun on the announcement. Many felt it wasn’t his news to share and may have spoiled the dramatic reveal Beyoncé had planned.

JAY-Z’s album, “4:44,” was released at midnight on Friday. The album is only available for streaming on Tidal.