BROOKLYN, New York — Equity Distribution and Roc Nation announced that Jay-Z’s debut album, Reasonable Doubt is now available on multiple streaming platforms worldwide.
A statement from the Equity Distribution which helps distribute artist music to different streaming platforms confirmed the news.
“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,” President of Equity Distribution Krystian Santini said. “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.”
Reasonable Doubt is now also available on YouTube Music Premium, SoundCloud, Google Play Music, Amazon Music, iTunes, iHeartRadio, Napster, Pandora, Tesla, and Slacker.
It is not currently available on Spotify or Apple Music.
'Reasonable Doubt' is the debut studio album by #JAYZ @s_c_ released on June 25th 1996, by Roc-A-Fella Records. Today, 'Reasonable Doubt' is distributed by #EQDistro. What’s your favorite record from the album? Footage courtesy of @TIDAL https://t.co/maQg1GryJD pic.twitter.com/umWlsADEr7
— EQDistro (@EQDistro) August 16, 2019
The announcement follows Roc Nation’s partnership with the NFL.