TIDAL co-owner Jay-Z previously removed his music from competing platforms back in April 2017, but the most recent news sees the rapper's music making a return to several Streaming Services.
Currently, the rapper's acclaimed debut album can be streamed on YouTube Music Premium, Amazon Music, Google Play Music, iHeartRadio, iTunes, Napster, Pandora, Slacker, SoundCloud, Tesla and TIDAL.
Unfortunately for Spotify and Apple Music users, they weren't as lucky. Back in 2015, JAY-Z introduced TIDAL, which had exclusive streaming rights to the Brooklyn spitter's complete discography. All of his solo albums are now available on the platforms but it’s unknown why the album 'Reasonable Doubt' is still not available on Apple Music and Spotify.