Today is Jay-Z’s 50th birthday and the business savvy mogul commemorated the day by making his entire discography available on Spotify.
According to Complex, Wednesday, Spotify’s announced on their official Twitter account that their users could now listen to every Hov track ever released on their streaming service.
“Happy birthday, Hov Welcome back to Spotify,” read the caption of the post.
Previously, JAY, had removed most of his albums from Spotify after launching his own streaming service Tidal. Up until this week the only albums from the rapper left behind were Reasonable Doubt, In My Lifetime, Vol. 1, and Vol. 2…Hard Knock Life and Collision Course, his 2004 album with Linkin Park.
Now faves like The Black Album, American Gangster, and Watch the Throne have also been added back into the mix. There has been no word on if this is a longterm reunion or just a short term gift to celebrate the special day. But you can check out some of the excited fan reactions below.
— Spotify (@Spotify) December 4, 2019
Ya have no idea how stressful and annoying it was to have Spotify and not be able to listen to Jay Z on there 😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭 pic.twitter.com/6jupKwaxv4
— #FreeAyton (@Freshman893) December 4, 2019
Jay z putting his discography back on Spotify means watch the throne is back on there pic.twitter.com/G35LGP5Nwo
— jk (@_JwK14) December 4, 2019
seeing jay z spotify links all over my timeline pic.twitter.com/DHwqACIEKn
— shpee (is baby) (@MrSirShpee) December 4, 2019
— ✨The Good Girl✨ (@Hi_ImNeshay) December 4, 2019