Fans no longer need a TIDAL subscription to listen to Jay-Z’s back catalog online. In honor of his 50th birthday, the rapper has released his entire discography on Spotify, much of which he pulled from the streaming site back in April of 2017.

The release includes his most recent album 4:44, as well as Watch the Throne, The Black Album, American Gangster and more. Jay-Z originally took most of his catalog off the site in 2017 ahead of the release of 4:44, presumably to encourage fans to sign up for his service TIDAL. The announcement of the catalog’s return was made on Twitter by Spotify, and Jay-Z has yet to comment or make an announcement himself. Read more in Rolling Stone.