Tidal is not only the exclusive home of Kanye West’s The Life of Pablo, but also a slowly growing number of Jay Z albums.

The Tidal owner is continuing to quietly pull pieces of his catalog from other streaming services, most recently yanking Reasonable Doubt and his three Blueprint albums from just about every service but Tidal.

Reasonable Doubt was pulled from Spotify last year, and now is unavailable on Apple Music, iTunes, Google Play Music and Amazon.

The rapper’s the Blueprint albums — 2001’s The Blueprint, 2002’s The Blueprint 2 and 2009’s The Blueprint 3 —- are also not available for purchase on any of the platforms. Read more…

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Jay Z removes ‘Blueprint’ albums from pretty much everywhere but Tidal