That’s right. It’s all about the details for Mr. Carter. When the acclaimed rapper first came out, it was Jay-Z. But after his thirteenth studio album, Magna Carta Holy Grail, he felt the hyphen was no longer necessary and became Jay Z.
Now, as his much anticipated project 4:44 approaches, Jigga is turnt up for the hyphen again and according to EW, the all caps spelling matters as well. So change your playlist titles, rewrite those record collection tabs, and update your contact list (if you’re so blessed to know the Carters), cause JAY-Z is here!