Jay Z pulled Reasonable Doubt from Spotify

“I’m not a businessman, I am a business man” Jay Z’s music streaming company that he purchased for $57 million is now worth over $250 million, within a week!

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Jay Z has pulled his debut album “Reasonable Doubt” from Spotify, days after launching his own rival streaming site, Tidal.

Bloomberg reports that Jay Z’s debut album disappeared from Spotify in the early hours of the morning. But there’s one important thing to note: Reasonable Doubt is still available on international versions of Spotify, just not on the US service



Reasonable Doubt is dubbed as Jay Z best album, and is his debut studio album released. Released on June 25, 1996, by Roc-A-Fella and Priority Records.


3 thoughts on “Jay Z pulled Reasonable Doubt from Spotify

  1. Everybody’s coming at him hard over that Tidal.com charging people $20.00

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