His full discography is back on the music streaming service from today
Jay-Z is celebrating his 50th birthday with gift to his fans that use Spotify as their music service of choice.
The rapper, producer and record executive (who owns rival music service Tidal) had previously removed most of his studio albums from Spotify, with just Reasonable Doubt, In My Lifetime, Vol 1 and Vol 2… Hard Knock Life left. And the collaboration Collision Course, the 2004 album he made with Linkin Park.
We unclear as to whether this is a permanent move or just temporary but seminal albums such as Watch The Throne, The Black Album and American Gangster are now on Spotify again and Spotify are certainly excited about it, confirming the news in a tweet this morning.
You can download Spotify for iOS and Android in their app stores. And it’s worth noting, some Vodafone mobile plans include 12 months free Spotify Premium.
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