Move over TIDAL, Jay-Z’s music has made its big return to Spotify.
In honor of his 50th birthday, the rapper released his entire music catalog on the popular streaming service, most of which he removed from the site back in April of 2017. Yep, over two years ago.
The news came in an announcement on Spotify’s official Twitter account and #HOV50 quickly began trending on social media.
"Happy birthday, Hov Welcome back to Spotify," the caption read.
The release includes his most recent album 4:44, as well as Watch the Throne, The Black Album, American Gangster and more.
If you didn’t know, the 50-year-old originally removed his music before the release of 4:44 to encourage fans to sign up for his own competing streaming service, TIDAL. The album, executive produced by No I.D., featured 10 new tracks.
The rapper has yet to comment on his decision and no official announcement has been made as to why his music is back on Spotify.
We’re totally getting “Déjà Vu.” Sorry, we had to.