Hip hop mogul Jay-Z launched his 13th studio album exclusively on his streaming music service Tidal last week, but now it has its way to Apple Music, along with other streaming music services—except for Spotify (he pulled his albums off there in April), reports Business Insider.
It was reported last week the album would be making its way to iTunes and Apple Music this week, and that rumour did indeed come true.
“Hova’s” album has already gone platinum, as Tidal investor Sprint bought one million downloads of 4:44, giving it away to fans for free.
— RIAA (@RIAA) July 5, 2017
Click here to listen to 4:44 in Apple Music.