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Jay-Z returns to Spotify, adding “The Blueprint,” “American Gangster,” and his “Greatest Hits” albums to the service

By Chox-Mak
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer

Due to his business reputation, people track Jay-Z, when it comes to his business moves. In 2015, Jay-Z purchased TIDAL, and got many of the biggest names to exclusively join his platform. Since then, the company has gone through very public struggles.

To bolster the company, Jay-Z officially pulled his music from all streaming services, including Spotify, last year. Estimations had Jay-Z turning down $200,000, plus, every week. Many people were astonished with the amount of money that one service was making him.

It is unclear what led Jay-Z back to Spotify, but some fans pointed out that his music is available, again. The Roc Nation CEO has put some of his music back on Spotify. So far, he has The Blueprint, American Gangster, and his Greatest Hits compilation on the service.

Source: Spotify

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