Since Jay pulled his album off iTunes, guess who decided to put RD on it?
The decision to use TuneCore to re-release Reasonable Doubt was based on the way it handled music from Jay-Z in the past, said BlockSavvy.com executive Kareem “Biggs” Burke.
Considered as one of Hip-Hop’s all-time classic albums, Reasonable Doubt marked the official arrival of Jay-Z on the rap scene.
The Roc-A-Fella Records release, which originally hit stores on June 25, 1996, has been certified Platinum by the RIAA.
It earned five mics from The Source magazine as well as critical praise from Rolling Stone and Blender magazines.
Both publications ranked Reasonable Doubt among their top 500 albums of all time.