Jay-Z has now pulled all of his music off of Apple Music and Spotify.

Spotify says that the music was pulled “at the request of the artist”, while Apple Music had no comment on the matter. Back in 2015, Jay took his classic 1996 debut Reasonable Doubt off of all of the service’s competitors once his streaming service Tidal came out.

Last year, he removed all three of his Blueprint series. The only albums available now is collaborative albums with R. Kelly and Collision Course, his mash-up project with Linkin Park; and the collaborative album with Kanye West “Watch The Throne.”  

We know Jay is a business man. Looks like if you not with the Tidal gang, you’ll be losing out on Jay’s classics.