Jay Z has finally responded to his wife's revolutionary new album, Lemonade, which references a philandering man. The 46-year-old rapper released a remix of Fat Joe's new song "All the Way Up" via Tidal, and in the song, Jay Z has a freestyle rap, which is an obvious reference to his wife's controversial album and the allegations it insinuates.

The lyrics Jay raps are, "You know you made it when the fact your marriage made it is worth millions / Lemonade is a popular drink and it still is / Survival of the littlest.”

What does that even mean?! We aren't sure -- but we do know that this is the first response we've heard out of the music man but don't think it will be the last.

Earlier this month, we reported that the rapper is recording an album to reveal his side of the story surrounding the events detailed in his wife's album.

An insider revealed to Us Weekly that "99 Problems" rapper will be talking about his version of events when things went sour during his eight-year marriage to Beyoncé. “

Jay is working on an album telling his side of things," explained the source.

Bey shocked fans on April 23 when she debuted a new "visual album" on HBO. In the album, she addressed rumors and sung about her husband's infidelity.

The 34-year-old wrote quite telling lyrics like, “This is your final warning / You know I give you life / If you try this s‑‑t again / You gon’ lose your wife.”

During the 60-­minute film, the mother of one delved into her personal journey and struggle. The final image in the film is of her and Jay. It's believed that despite their struggles that the duo is stronger than ever. Jay's response makes it seem like the boat may have been rocked but the seas are calm now!