Excellent news, Hov fans: Every album from JAY-Z's Blueprint series is now available on Apple Music.
One year after relaunching the Tidal streaming service, JAY removed the album trilogy from competing platforms like Spotify, Google Play, Rhapsody, Amazon, and Apple Music. The move took place after his debut album, Reasonable Doubt, was pulled from all major streaming services, with the exception of Tidal. Unfortunately, Reasonable Doubt remains unavailable on Apple Music, making it the only album in JAY's discography that can't be streamed via the service.
Not a drill: The Blueprint 1, 2 and 3 are now on Apple Music.— Julius J., MBA (@juliuscjohnson) May 22, 2019
PSA: jay-z added blueprint 1-3 to Apple Music 🗣 rt to save a life!!! pic.twitter.com/Bexh9tzrXq— Danny Ali (@youngspacewolf) May 22, 2019
Jay-Z being back on Apple Music is like a holiday. Blueprint in heavy rotation today.— C-San (@CSanmusic) May 23, 2019
Thanks to Apple Music my gym workout music soundtrack today will be The Blueprint— 80sbebe (@80sbebe) May 22, 2019
Blueprint finally back on Apple Music pic.twitter.com/pZAjUxX8T8— Matt Brown (@Matt__Br0wn) May 22, 2019
In other Hov-related news, Billboard reports Roc Nation has canned a number of senior-level executives, including senior vice president of promotion Azim Rashid, senior vice president of A&R Orlando McGhee, executive vice president of marketing Gita Williams, and senior director of publicity Fairley McCaskill. Sources did not explain the reasoning behind the terminations, which occurred nearly two months after Benny Pough left his post as Roc Nation's president. Again, it's unclear if these recent shake-ups were related.