TIDAL co-owner Jay-Z previously removed his music from other competing streaming platforms back in April 2017, but now all his albums are back on Apple Music. In the label info, the albums are listed under S. Carter Enterprises, LLC with distribution by Roc Nation; which lines up with how the Brooklyn rapper’s music is credited on TIDAL. All of his solo albums are now available on the platform, with an exception to his 1997 album Reasonable Doubt. It’s still unclear why Jay’s albums have made a sudden to Apple Music two years after he pulled most of his catalog from both Apple Music and Spotify. It’s also unknown why the albums are still not available on Spotify too. But last year JAY-Z and Beyoncé did make their joint project, Everything Is Love, available on Apple Music and Spotify’s paid subscription just a few days after releasing it as a TIDAL exclusive. Before this Beyoncé also recently made her 2016 album, Lemonade, available across all streaming platforms in conjunction with the debut of her Netflix documentary, Homecoming.

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