Jay Z Comes Clean On New Album ‘4:44’ About How He Almost Blew It with Beyoncé
NEW YORK (AP) — Jay Z has opened up about his rocky relationship with wife Beyoncé on “4:44,” his first album in four years.
On “Kill Jay Z,” released early Friday, the rapper muses that he almost “went Eric Benet” by letting “the baddest girl in the world get away.”
The line appears to be is a reference to R&B singer Eric Benet, who was divorced from actress Halle Berry after he admitted to cheating on her. Benet responded on Twitter on Friday, writing that his current wife is “the baddest girl in the world.”
The title track appears to be a letter of apology to Beyoncé. Jay Z rhymes, “I apologize often womanize.”
Jay Z raps that it took their twins, whose birth hasn’t been confirmed, for him to believe in miracles.