Posted by , Apr 16, 2015 at 10:47am
Jay Z's 2012 loosie "Glory" now has a video, available only to Tidal subscribers.

The exclusive Tidal drops meant to drum up hype for the streaming service continue. After Beyoncé debuted "Die For You," Rihanna dropped "American Oxygen" and Erykah Badu shared a Western flick on the new service, Jay Z himself is next up to bat for exclusive content. A video for his 2012 track "Glory" has just surfaced on the site.

The song features Blue Ivy (and was released two days after her birth) and was produced by The Neptunes. As we haven't yet bought into Jay's new venture and shelled out the money for a Tidal subscription, we can't tell you what the video's like, but hopefully it'll show up on more accessible channels soon.

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Jay Z Drops A Music Video For "Glory" On Tidal

Jay Z's 2012 loosie "Glory" now has a video, available only to Tidal subscribers.


The exclusive Tidal drops meant to drum up hype for the streaming service continue. After Beyoncé debuted "Die For You," Rihanna dropped "American Oxygen" and Erykah Badu shared a Western flick on the new service, Jay Z himself is next up to bat for exclusive content. A video for his 2012 track "Glory" has just surfaced on the site.

The song features Blue Ivy (and was released two days after her birth) and was produced by The Neptunes. As we haven't yet bought into Jay's new venture and shelled out the money for a Tidal subscription, we can't tell you what the video's like, but hopefully it'll show up on more accessible channels soon.

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