Dec. 4 (UPI) -- Spotify announced on Wednesday that Jay-Z's entire catalogue has returned to the music streaming service.
Jay-Z had removed his discography from Spotify in 2017. The return to the service comes as the rapper is celebrating his 50th birthday. Jay-Z was born in 1969.
"Happy birthday, Hov. Welcome back to Spotify," the company said on Twitter alongside a video highlighting each album coming to the service.
Spotify users will be able to access everything of Jay-Z's starting with his debut album Reasonable Doubt from 1996, all three installments of The Blueprint, his 2011 collaboration album with Kanye West titled Watch The Throne and his latest solo project, 2017's 4:44.
Jay-Z and Beyonce's 2018 collaboration album titled Everything Is Love, which was released under the name The Carters, was already available on Spotify.