Jay-Z’s Albums Are Officially Back On Apple Music

Jay-Z’s Albums Are Officially Back On Apple Music

VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA - APRIL 27: Jay-Z performs onstage at SOMETHING IN THE WATER - Day 2 on April 27, 2019 in Virginia Beach City. (Photo by Brian Ach/Getty Images for Something in the Water)

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Jay-Z had previously removed most of his music off of TIDAL’s competing platforms including Apple Music and Spotify. Today, the Brooklyn rapper’s solo albums have appeared on Apple Music two years after the initial take down! The only album not back on Apple Music is his 1997 Reasonable Doubt project, and it is still unknown as to why the albums are still unavailable on Spotify.

Everything Is Love had been released on all platforms after the initial TIDAL exclusive, which raised controversy by TIDAL subscribers who only had the app for these exclusive releases. The streaming service has been struggling to compete with both Apple Music and Spotify since its release, and each year the streaming service seems to be more and more cognizant of this fact.

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