For those who weren't fortunate enough to secure a Tidal subscription prior to JAY-Z's 4:44 release, obtaining a proper (and legal) stream of the project has proven to be a task.

But, non-Tidal users won't have to wait long to hear the emcee's 13th studio album as Billboard reports that the project will be available via Apple Music and iTunes following a one-week window of exclusivity on Tidal. 

The exclusivity granted to Tidal and Sprint users came as part of the $200 million acquisition deal that Tidal signed with Sprint earlier in the year.

While no official date has been confirmed for the physical release of the project, we do know that it's set to arrive as well and will house some additional tracks, including the previously-previewed "Adnis."