Jay-Z Restores Catalog Of Discography Back On Spotify
Over some years Hov fans couldn’t stream Jay-Z‘s albums on Spotify. Tidal platform of stream has been Jay’s favorite streaming service as well one of the landmark commercial streaming arena like Apple Music.
As Billionaire rapper‘s fan, desperation is little bit in between both Spotify and Jay-Z. Many imagine when will his discography come back to light on Spotify after some already acknowledged during 2017, the year Hov disconnected his catalog of career fortune on Spoti.
He also tugged out some of his exclusive albums off from related streaming market, making Tidal giant and to stay relevant among others.
But in celebration of the legendary rapper’s 50th birthday (Dec. 4), he has unlocked his full discography on Spotify, the world’s leading music service. Yes, that includes Reasonable Doubt, Vol. 2.. Hard Knock Life, all of The Blueprints plus more.
— Spotify (@Spotify) December 4, 2019
The move isn’t accidental as Spotify released a full trailer to make the announcement so it definitely has been green lit Hov himself. Back in August, Jay released his debut album Reasonable Doubt on other streaming platforms but excluding Spotify and Apple Music through Equity Distribution, the independent music distribution arm of Roc Nation.