JAY-Z reveals three unheard tracks exclusively on TIDAL
Fans can now stream “Glory,” “What The Game Made Me,” and “From Marcy To Hollywood” on the platform.
JAY-Z’s music and business success is undisputed, having triumphed all components of entertainment in his decades-long profession. Given the entirety of his present accomplishments, it just makes since for the Brooklyn legend to refresh people’s memory of past releases now and again. This week, he chose to uncover three singles from the vault, carrying them to his TIDAL music platform for its premium subscribers to stream exclusively.
The latest of the three is The Neptunes-created “Glory,” which highlights JAY-Z’s beautiful daughter Blue Ivy and was initially debuted on his Life+Times blog in 2012. The other two, “What The Game Made Me” and “From Marcy To Hollywood,” are both from the 90’s and highlight help from long-term “ROC” teammates Memphis Bleek and Sauce Money. “What The Game Made Me” first showed up on the Master P-driven I Got the Hook-Up! soundtrack while “From Marcy To Hollywood” showed up on The Player’s Club soundtrack:
“Glory” is noteworthy for its timing, as JAY-Z released the intensely-power driven track a little over a week after her birth:
“Last time the miscarriage was so tragic, we was afraid you’d disappear, but nah, baby, you magic, so there you have it, s*** happens/
Just make sure the plane you on is bigger than your carry-on baggage, everybody go through stuff, life is a gift, love, open it up/
You’re a child of destiny, you’re the child of my destiny, you’re my child with the child from Destiny’s Child, that’s a hell of a recipe. Glory! Glory!/”
JAY Z’s latest music releases, he plays a key role in Jay Electronica’s hotly anticipated debut album A Written Testimony, which was released back in March. He likewise collaborated with his superstar wife Beyoncé for the critically acclaimed album Everything Is Love in 2018. His last (and thirteenth) solo LP, 4:44, was released a year earlier.
Press play on “Glory,” “What The Game Made Me,” and “From Marcy To Hollywood” below.