JAY-Z is celebrating his 50th birthday with a smart business move.
On Dec. 4, Spotify’s Twitter account shared the news that JAY’s entire catalogue is back on Spotify.
— Spotify (@Spotify) December 4, 2019
JAY, who owns the streaming service Tidal, previously removed a majority of his albums, leaving behind Reasonable Doubt, In My Lifetime, Vol. 1, and Vol. 2…Hard Knock Life. He also allowed Spotify subscribers to stream Collision Course, his 2004 album with Linkin Park.
For Hov’s born day, you can head to Spotify and replay albums like The Black Album, American Gangster, and Watch the Throne.
Jay Z back on Spotify so you know what that means 🙏🏽 pic.twitter.com/WZh1KtoYTq
— STW ismael (◡‿◡✿) (@ismaellakers) December 4, 2019
JAY Z IS BACK ON SPOTIFY THIS IS NOT A DRILL pic.twitter.com/Gk2sydN96b
— Erik DeArcos (@ErikDeArcos) December 4, 2019
It has not been reported how long Jay’s discography will be on Spotify, so enjoy it while you can.
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