Jay Z's Music was deleted from Spotify
Jay Z's Music was deleted from Spotify

Jay Z has removed Reasonable Doubt, his debut album, from Spotify, a special service for streaming music, after the launch of his competitive site Tidal.

Spotify users are not capable of streaming the 1996 disc no more from April 6, 2014. Though, the whole track listing can be found on the hip-hop singer’s Tidal service. The star officially relaunched it with starry hosts in NY last week.

Beyonce and Rihanna are public supporters of Tidal. They have released songs exclusively for the application. Besides, Erykah Badu presented her short film named They Die By Dawn on the site over the weekend. Everything else of the singer’s back catalogue stayed on Spotify as WENN met with press.


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