JAY-Z is already having a busy month, and he hasn't even given fans the product they're waiting on yet. The veteran rapper, who recently changed his name again, is gearing up to release his 4:44 album on June 30, which he has been heavily promoting with mysterious advertisements all over different cities, and now, he's reportedly preparing a Fall tour.

While fans were speculating a possible tour for the summer immediately following the release of his anticipated project, PageSix says they'll have to wait until the fall season. A source told the site Hov is planning to hit the road in a few months, being that he just reportedly welcomed his twin babies with wife Beyonce.

“There is a tour to follow. It was originally planned for summer but has been moved to fall because of the kids," the source told the outlet. “You usually tour within a month or so of the album," they continued.

There's no confirmed details yet as to when the tour will start, or what it could be called, but we can expect hip-hop fans will have their wallets ready for tickets to go on sale.

JAY-Z's project will be released exclusively to Tidal and Sprint users, being that the cellular network has a major deal with the streaming service. The album is also part of a movie that will also be exclusive to Hov's streaming service.

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