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Via | HipHopDX

TIDAL reportedly doubled its subscribers after Kanye West released The Life of Pabloexclusively to the streaming service, which is owned by Jay Z.

Jay Z made a recent move to help further boost the streaming service by removing his 2001 album, The Blueprint from TIDAL‘s rival streaming services, Spotify and Apple Music. The LP is also no longer available for purchase on iTunes. The two other Blueprint albums are also missing from the catalogues for all three platforms.

This comes a year after the Rap mogul pulled his debut album, Reasonable Doubt, from Spotify. This was prior to Apple Music’s establishment in June, so the LP has never appeared on the platform.

Several of Jay Z’s other projects remain on Spotify and Apple Music, including his Vol. I, II and III albums and his most recent output, 2013’s Magna Carta…Holy Grail.

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