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“Who do you think you are? Baby one day, you’ll be a star…” Jay Z began his rapping career in the late ’80s, but it took a long time before he’d garner the attention of any labels. Here was a kid from Brooklyn’s Marcy Gardens Projects who dealt drugs for a living and sold his […]
Throughout pop music, there are various albums that are known only by their album cover’s color scheme. In fact, most of them are Weezer albums, but that’s not the only example, of course. This little-known British band called The Beatles had a famous hue-less album in the late ’60s known for its monochromatic, minimalist image, […]
This week marks the 20th anniversary of Jay Z‘s landmark debut album, Reasonable Doubt. To mark the occasion, Tidal has released a 35-minute documentary about the album called RD20, directed by Scheme Engine, about Jay Z’s rise as a performer, the making of the album, and its legacy 20 years later. The documentary is split […]
All three <i>Blueprint</i> albums now absent from streaming (except TIDAL).
Artists changing Twitter avatar turquoise for marketing new streaming service.
Elaborate package limited to 1,000 copies, and features scratch-off panels.