Jay Z May Have Named His ‘4:44’ Album After The Elevator Incident With Solange

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There is still so much to be uncovered about the latest studio album from the stables of rapper, Jay Z whose latest 4:44 went platinum in five days despite being exclusive to Tidal platform.

The rapper had in the album made shocking revelations including his mother’s new found sexuality and his infidelity which was brought forward first in Beyonce’s ‘Lemonade’ album.

However, fans are beginning to derive possible explanations for his choice to name his album 4:44 as a fan took to his social media page to remind Hov’s fans of the elevator incident between himself and his wife, Beyonce’s sister, Solange.

Although Jay Z had explained that 4:44 was the time he woke up in the morning to write the title track, fans are not having a run with the explanation.

A Twitter user took to his page to post from The Standard Hotel in New York City on Wednesday morning, July 26, stating that it was the location where Solange attacked the rapper in the elevator.

The photo shared by the user showed “444” which coincidentally matches with Jay Z’s choice of Album title.

The address also doubles as a secondary address for the Boom Boom Room, a nightclub located at the top of the venue.

DJ Booth added that after 4:00 p.m., the address for the Boom Boom Room becomes 444 West 13th, a secondary entrance for the hotel.

See proof shared by Twitter user below:

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