Jay Z has made a big decision and removed the majority of his music from Spotify, leaving only a few of his early albums and collaborations.
Jay Z co-owns Tidal, which is also a music streaming platform that is in direct competition with Spotify.
The only remaining Jay Z albums on Spotify are 1997’s ‘In My Lifetime Vol. 1’ and ‘Reasonable Doubt’, as well as 1998’s ‘Vol. 2 Hard Knock Life’.
He now joins a long list of artists who refuse to put their music on Spotify, including, Taylor Swift and Garth Brooks.
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