Jay-Z finally has his answer to Beyoncé's Lemonade.
The rapper released his highly anticipated visual album '4:44' over the weekend, which featured several tracks that all appeared to admit and apologise for his infidelity.
The emotional title track 4:44 — which Jay has described as "one of the best songs [he's] ever written"— focuses on the musician's unfaithful relationship with Beyonce.
"I apologize often womanize / Took for my child to be born / See through a woman's eyes / Took for these natural twins to believe in miracles / Took me too long for this song / I don't deserve you."
Then the singer appears to open up about the multiple miscarriages they suffered and how he regrets being absent during that time: "So I apologize / I've seen the innocence / Leave your eyes / I still mourn this death / I apologize for all the stillborns / 'Cus I wasn't pressing / Your body wouldn't accept it."
He also opens up about their children, and how he's so ashamed that they will one day know about what he did.
"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 prob'ly die with all the shame / "You did what with who?" / What good is a ménage à trois when you have a soulmate? / "You risked that for Blue?"
On another track, Jay also sang about the infamous elevator incident, confirming that Beyonce's sister Solange did attack him over his affair. On the track titled Kill Jay Z the singer addresses his ego, rapping to himself about his mistakes.
“You egged Solange on, knowing all along all you had to say you was wrong / You almost went Eric Benet, let the baddest girl in the world get away ... I don’t even know what you woulda done, in the future, other n***** playing football with your son.”
On Family Feud he also makes reference to Beyonce's infamous "Becky with the good hair" line.
"Yeah, I'll f*ck up a good thing if you let me / Let me alone, Becky / A man that don't take care his family can't be rich / I'll watch Godfather, I miss that whole sh*t / My consciousness was Michael's common sense / I missed the karma and that came as a consequence."
In an interview with iHeart Radio on Thursday, the rapper opened up about the significance behind the album and it's title.
"I woke up, literally, at 4:44 in the morning, 4:44 AM, to write this song. So it became the title of the album and everything," he revealed. "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."
You can head over to Tidal to listen.