If you want to hear Jay Z’s solo music, you need to be a Tidal subscriber. The rap mogul removed all of his solo works from both Apple and Spotify, including the Watch the Throne LP with Kanye West. This isn’t the first time Jay Z has taken such action. In the past, Jay Z has removed his debut album, Reasonable Doubt and the Blueprint series from streaming services.
However, his collaborative albums with artist like R.Kelly and Linking Park will still remain on other streaming services. All of his albums are still available for purchase on iTunes.
Recently, Frank Ocean dropped a new track, “Biking” that features Hov.