If you like Jay-Z and his music, then this should be exciting news for you.
Spotify announced Wednesday morning that Jay-Z will be releasing his music catalog on Spotify. Jay’s music hasn’t been featured on the streaming service for two years. He pulled his catalog from Spotify shortly after his purchase of TIDAL, a competing music streaming service, where most of his, and wife Beyoncè’ music can be found.
Spotify’s announcement came on Hov’s 50th birthday (Dec. 4), making it official by tweeting, “Happy birthday, Hov Welcome back to Spotify,” with links to his music.
According to Rolling Stone, some of the albums now available on Spotify include Jay’s most recent 4:44, Watch the Throne, The Black Album, and American Gangster,. Jay originally took most of his catalog off the site in 2017 ahead of the release of 4:44, presumably to encourage fans to sign up for his service TIDAL. Jay has yet to comment or make an announcement himself.