(AllHipHop News) The new streaming service Tidal promised to provide exclusive content only available to users of the platform. Rihanna did it with her video for "American Oxygen." Beyoncé did it with her video for "Die With You." And now Jay Z has done it with his video for "Glory."
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The visuals for the Blue Ivy Carter inspired tune were captured during the rehearsal sessions for Jay's 2-night performance at Carnegie Hall. Proceeds from the 2012 benefit shows in New York City were donated to the Shawn Carter Foundation.
The Tidal video for "Glory" includes the live orchestral rehearsal version of the song. The original Neptunes-produced track was released in January 2012 just two days after the birth of Jay Z and Beyoncé's daughter.
Blue Ivy's voice appeared on the track, and the newborn was credited as a guest feature. "Glory" debuted at number 74 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart which made Blue Ivy the youngest person to ever have a song chart on Billboard.