While the ongoing feud between streaming services isn’t as heated as it was in 2015, Jay Z recently removed the last of his solo albums from Apple Music and Spotify. The change took effect late last week, and Spotify revealed to Complex that the albums were pulled “at the request of the artist.”
Jigga man seems to be doing everything in his power to give TIDAL an edge against competitors, and now that telecommunications company Sprint has purchased a 33 percent stake in TIDAL, there seems to be more at stake for all involved.
Even Jay’s co-op Watch The Throne album with Kanye West has vanished from Spotify. Classic compilations like The Black Album and Kingdom Come are also nowhere to be found, however Jay Z’s full discography is still available for purchase on iTunes, and naturally on TIDAL.
Stay posted for further developments on the story, and make sure to check out Jay Z’s signature Armand de Brignac champagne, priced at $850 per bottle.
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- Source: Complex