Jay-Z’s Entire Discography Returns to Spotify

The rapper pulled his music from the service back in 2017

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By Bonnie Stiernberg / December 4, 2019 10:15 am

Jay-Z fans, rejoice: the rapper pulled his entire catalog from Spotify and Apple Music back in 2017, making them exclusive to Tidal, but to celebrate his 50th birthday today (Dec. 4), he restored his music to Spotify.

Spotify made the announcement on Twitter, writing, “Happy birthday, Hov. Welcome back to Spotify.”

Fans will now be able to stream all their favorite Jay-Z albums on the streaming service. So far, there has been no official announcement as to why exactly his discography made its return to Spotify or whether or not it’s there permanently.

Meanwhile, Jay-Z’s streaming service Tidal tweeted out birthday wishes to him and called for fans to do the same as well, writing “Happy birthday, Jay-Z! Send in your personal birthday wishes below.”

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