3 years after pulling his Blueprint trilogy from streaming services in favor of his company Tidal in 2016, on Wednesday (May 22), Jay-Z has brought those albums back to Apple Music. Now you can get every album from JAY-Z’s Blueprint series on Apple Music.
Not a drill: The Blueprint 1, 2 and 3 are now on Apple Music.
— Julius J., MBA (@juliuscjohnson) May 22, 2019
In 2016, Jay-Z removed the Blueprint series from Apple Music, Spotify and Google Play. His 1996 debut, Reasonable Doubt also disappeared from streaming services back in 2015 and remains the only album from Jay-Z’s discography that can’t be streamed on Apple Music.
Jay-Z being back on Apple Music is like a holiday. Blueprint in heavy rotation today.
— C-San (@CSanmusic) May 23, 2019
However, Jay’s catalog is currently unavailable via Spotify in what a Spotify representative said was “at the request of the artist’.