Jay Z celebrates the 20th anniversary of his debut album, Reasonable Doubt, with a pop-up shop in Los Angeles and a documentary streaming exclusively on Tidal.
Saturday, June 25th, marked the 20th anniversary of Jay Z’s debut studio album, Reasonable Doubt.
To commemorate the two-decade landmark, a new documentary titled, Jay Z: RD20, is now streaming on Tidal. The documentary features interviews with the artists responsible for the production of the iconic album, and includes live footage of Hov himself performing tracks from the album that started it all.
Tidal shared a preview of the documentary on Instagram, stating the full documentary is available to watch exclusively on its platform.
The commemoration doesn’t stop there. A pop-up shop called APT.4B, an installation that pays homage to Jay Z’s 1990 apartment, featuring Reasonable Doubt apparel in addition to pieces from Kareem “Biggs” Burkes’s denim line, Forth of November, opened in Los Angeles.
Merchandise from the pop-up is available to shop online.
Saturday, Jay Z took to Twitter to acknowledge and thank fans for this important milestone. “This album literally saved my life…….. I can’t thank you all enough,” said Mr. Carter.
This album literally saved my life…….. I can't thank you all enough.— Mr. Carter (@S_C_) June 25, 2016
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