Jay-Z pulls one other album from streaming providers he doesn't personal

Jay-Z pulls another album from streaming services he doesn't own

Whereas Jay Z took his album Affordable Doubt off Spotify simply earlier than he launched his personal music service , the artist has lately pulled his Blueprint albums. Pitchfork observed the disappearance of the 2001 album from iTunes, Spotify, Amazon Music and Apple Music. You possibly can nonetheless take heed to nearly all of Mr. Carter’s again-catalogue on music providers apart from the one he owns — though he will not make as a lot cash from it.

A Spotify rep informed Pitchfork that: “Jay Z’s Blueprint albums haven’t been obtainable on any streaming service besides Tidal for a number of months now.” Affordable Doubt and the Blueprint albums cannot be discovered on Apple Music, iTunes, Google Play and Amazon’s personal music service. Because of the difficult nature of music labels, you should not have hassle discovering at the least some of Jay Z’s hit tracks, courtesy of albums compilations.

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