Posted by , Apr 6, 2015 at 10:48am
Jay Z has pulled his seminal debut "Reasonable Doubt" from Spotify.

TIDAL is still new, and we'll continue to become aware of its benefits in the coming weeks and months. Rihanna and Beyonce have already debuted exclusive songs on the streaming service, and it's only fitting that de facto leader Jay Z should move his entire catalog to TIDAL--and away from Spotify. 

Though you can still find much of Jay Z's music on Spotify, you will no longer be able to listen to his debut album Reasonable Doubt. Though Reasonable Doubt isn't clocking the type of streaming numbers of Hov's later work, it remains one of his most beloved albums--and is proof that TIDAL might be a more appealing platform than we once thought. If The Blueprint is next to go, we might just have to make the switch.

You can listen to Jay Z's entire catalog on TIDAL. Has anyone started using the service yet? 

Jay Z Pulls "Reasonable Doubt" From Spotify

Jay Z has pulled his seminal debut "Reasonable Doubt" from Spotify.


TIDAL is still new, and we'll continue to become aware of its benefits in the coming weeks and months. Rihanna and Beyonce have already debuted exclusive songs on the streaming service, and it's only fitting that de facto leader Jay Z should move his entire catalog to TIDAL--and away from Spotify. 

Though you can still find much of Jay Z's music on Spotify, you will no longer be able to listen to his debut album Reasonable Doubt. Though Reasonable Doubt isn't clocking the type of streaming numbers of Hov's later work, it remains one of his most beloved albums--and is proof that TIDAL might be a more appealing platform than we once thought. If The Blueprint is next to go, we might just have to make the switch.

You can listen to Jay Z's entire catalog on TIDAL. Has anyone started using the service yet? 

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