It’s been 20 years since Jay Z‘s iconic debut album Reasonable Doubt hit the streets, and it’s a no-brainer that Jay’s current baby, online music streaming service Tidal, would be on hand to celebrate. And so we have RD20, a Tidal-exclusive documentary about the making of the album and its enduring legacy. And we know from Twitter the documentary is good enough for at least one viewer:
This album literally saved my life…….. I can't thank you all enough.
— Mr. Carter (@S_C_) June 25, 2016
RD20 includes interviews with DJ Premier, Memphis Bleek, and others, as the record’s unshakable status as one of the greats of hip hop is examined and explored. But to watch it, you have to be a Tidal subscriber.
You can look into doing that by checking out Tidal’s official site here, which is the only way you can watch RD20—or listen to Reasonable Doubt, for that matter, unless you already have a copy, since you won’t find it on any other streaming service either.