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4 December 2019, 12:31
Jay Z's streaming service Tidal was previously the only place you could stream classics such as 'Hard Knock Life' and 'Big Pimpin'.
Hip Hop fans everywhere are rejoicing today - if they're Spotify users that is - as Jay Z's entire music catalogue is now finally available on the popular streaming service.
The 'Empire State Of Mind' rapper had previously removed his songs from Spotify as he owns rival streaming service Tidal, along with other huge names including Alicia Keys, Beyoncé, Calvin Harris, J. Cole, Rihanna, Usher and many more.
The announcement of Jay Z's return to Spotify was made on the rapper's 50th birthday and was met with huge excitement from rap fans on social media.
Jay Z's wife and fellow music superstar Beyoncé also made the return to Spotify earlier in 2019 as she shared her album 'Lemonade' on the streaming service.
This follows the recent news that Aaliyah's music catalogue is set to become available on streaming services in 2020, reportedly on what would have been the singer's 41st birthday.