You can now stream Hov’s debut album outside of TIDAL.
JAY-Z‘s 1996 album Reasonable Doubt, previously a TIDAL exclusive, will now be available on additional streaming services.
Hov’s debut studio album will be available on YouTube Music Premium, SoundCloud, Google Play Music, Amazon Music, iTunes, iHeartRadio, Napster, Pandora, Tesla, and Slacker.
However, the album will not be available on Apple Music and Spotify.
“Reasonable Doubt is one of the preeminent albums in history and we’re thrilled to distribute this classic body of work to music lovers worldwide,” president of Equity Distribution Krystian Santini said in a press statement. “This is a landmark milestone for Equity Distribution.”
The independent music distribution company helps artists place their music on a global scale while allowing them to retain masters ownership and currently has partnerships with 125 digital service platforms around the world.
JAY’s streaming expansion arrives days after the announcement of his controversial NFL deal.
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