Jay-Z's debut album Reasonable Doubt turns 20 this weekend, and to celebrate, the hip hop legend has produced a new documentary looking at the making of the album.
RD20 is a 35-minute long documentary, featuring interviews with Jay's Roc-A-Fella associates, including Kareem "Biggs" Burke, Briant "B-High" Biggs, Tone Hooker, DJ Premiere, and more.
A teaser was released on Instagram, but if you want to see the full thing it is, of course, exclusive to Tidal.
The documentary features artists discussing what went into making the album, as well as live footage of Jay-Z performing tracks from the album.
Taking to Twitter earlier today, Jay-Z thanked his fans for their support, and paid tribute to the album which launched his career.