Fresh off his appearance in the highly anticipated Disney+feature ‘Black Is King’, starring his wife Bey, Jay Z has surpassed fans with three rare tracks that were uploaded to his TIDAL streaming platform.
Making the trio of tracks available to stream for the first time ever, Mr. Carter reissued highlighted records from his vault that date back as far as 1998. One track that you might be more recently familiar with is the 2012 song “Glory” which is his dedication to his first-born daughter Blue Ivy. “Glory” was originally released following the birth of Blue in January 2012 but was quickly removed just two days after the Carter couple welcomed their new bundle of joy. The track marked Blue’s first feature and debuted at number 223 not he Billboard Rap Songs chart.
Throwing it back to the classic features of 1998, Jay shared his ‘The Players Club’ soundtrack record, “From Marcy To Hollywood” which features Memphis Bleek and Sauce Money and the Roc Nation honcho also delivered his “What The Game Made Me” collab, with the Bleek and Sauce again, which appeared on No Limit Records’ soundtrack for funny movie ‘I Got The Hook-Up’.
Jay-Z continues to drop gems for his loyal TIDAL following as his 2017 album 4:44 was also made an exclusive release for the streaming service before it was made available on other music platforms.
Peep some of the snippets here!
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