Jay-Z's 'Reasonable Doubt' Album Made Available On Specific Streaming Platforms

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Many Hip Hop historians consider the 1996 release Hov's greatest body of work.

(AllHipHop News) Jay-Z's debut studio album had been exclusively available only on Tidal since 2015. Users of YouTube Music Premium, Amazon Music, Google Play Music, iHeartRadio, iTunes, Napster, Pandora, Slacker, SoundCloud, and Tesla can now stream Reasonable Doubt.

The classic Hip Hop LP originally came out in 1996. Songs such as "Can't Knock the Hustle" featuring Mary J. Blige, "Brooklyn's Finest" featuring The Notorious B.I.G., and "Ain't No N*gga" featuring Foxy Brown are part of the album's tracklist.

Equity Distribution announced that it has the rights to distribute Reasonable Doubt. The one-year old company enables artists to release music projects around the world while allowing them to retain ownership of their masters.

Reasonable Doubt is one of the preeminent albums in history and we’re thrilled to distribute this classic body of work to music lovers worldwide. This is a landmark milestone for Equity Distribution and we look forward to continuing to expand our platform and collaborate with talented artists from different backgrounds," says Equity Distribution President Krystian Santin.

Earlier this year, Jay-Z added 2001's The Blueprint, 2002's The Blueprint 2: The Gift & The Curse, and 2009's The Blueprint 3 back on Apple Music. However, Reasonable Doubt is still not available for streaming on Apple Music or Spotify at this time.