Jay Z has officially removed his Blueprint trilogy from all streaming sites, except for his own company, Tidal.

No one knows what prompted the move, as there’s no official word from Tidal representatives, but it makes sense for Jigga to get all the money he can by offering his product for purchase only through his service.

Currently, the Blueprint trilogy has been removed from Spotify and Apple Music, and have even been taken down from purchase sites like the iTunes store, Google Play Music and Amazon‘s digital music store. Given Tidal‘s fluctuating popularity standing, one has to wonder if this decision will affect Jay Z‘s pockets in any way.

Last year, Jay Z removed his debut album Reasonable Doubt from Spotify, and a representative of the company has issued a new statement following this latest removal:

“Jay Z’s Blueprint albums have not been available on any streaming service except Tidal for a few months now. We hope he brings them back soon so that his millions of fans on Spotify can enjoy them again.”

Currently, aside from these four albums, the rest of his catalog remains available for streaming on all services.