Plenty of hip-hop fans will be looking for how to listen to the new Jay Z album "4:44" streaming online. The latest release will mark the rapper's 13th Studio Album and is carrying with it the usual high expectations of albums from one of the greats in the genre. Just recently, an alleged "4:44" tracklist may also have leaked, giving fans a glimpse at what's to come. Here are the latest details on the speculated songs, as well as how to listen to the new Jay-Z album streaming online for free as of Friday.

Leaked tracklist?

On Thursday, The Heavy reported on an alleged tracklist for the hip-hop star's upcoming release.

Danilo Castro indicated that a screenshot appeared online which may include the songs on the new album lineup. Among them is the one song that has been previewed online briefly called "Adnis," which is a track about Hov's father. There's also "War On Terror" and "Black Hoodie."

In terms of guest stars, hip-hop fans may be in for a treat as track No. 3 called "Till" features none other than Kanye West and "K-Dot" aka Kendrick Lamar. Other listed guests are Swizzy, Hendrix, The Queen, La Flame, and 3K.

It appears that most guests are listed by nicknames on the screenshot so 3K refers to Andre 3000 and Swizzy to Swizz Beatz, for example. As noted in the tweet, The Queen is Jay-Z's wife Beyonce, while Travis Scott, Future and Chance the Rapper also appear.

However, this is an unconfirmed tracklist that has appeared as a screenshot online, so take it with a grain of salt.

The real song listing will be known as of 12 a.m. Eastern Time on Friday.

How to stream '4:44' for free

The new Jay Z album "4:44" will be available exclusively on the Tidal music streaming service. Current subscribers will be able to log in and listen to the album as soon as it has been made available on early Friday morning at 12 a.m.

ET. Anyone who isn't a Tidal subscriber but wants to hear the album should consider joining their free trial.

The Tidal music service offers two sign-up options and both are available for a one-month free trial. One option costs $9.99 while the other is $19.99. They'll both require a valid payment type and other information in order to sign up and a customer could cancel before the one-month trial is over to avoid costs. Visit for all the details on the free trial memberships.

In addition to Tidal, Sprint is offering their mobile customers a way to hear Jay Z's new album as well. Sprint is offering their customers six months of the Tidal service free with more details available via website.