JAYZ’s “Hang the Curtain Rows” music video for “Hold Up” has been downloaded more than 20 million times and has been watched by millions more.
The video, which is the first rap video to make it to the Top 10 on the Billboard 200 chart, has been viewed by millions of people across the world.
The hit single, released in 2013, became a smash in its home country of Mexico and has become one of the most popular songs in the United States.
The single has become a hit in the U.S. as well, selling more than 5 million copies.
A compilation featuring JAYZA’s song and the music video was released on Wednesday (March 5).
The compilation, which features tracks from the song and its accompanying video, is available on Amazon, iTunes and other digital platforms.
Spotify, the popular streaming service, also announced that the compilation is available to stream for free.
Amazon Prime members can also stream the compilation for free, but it’s not yet available for streaming on Apple’s streaming service.
The compilation also includes other tracks from JAY’s albums and his own work, including the tracks “Hood Politics,” “The Black Album” and “Ain’t No Love.”
JAY also released an accompanying video featuring the track.
JAY and his team of musicians created the video to celebrate the release of his sophomore album, “L.A.T.A.,” which was released in November 2014.
JOHNNY JONES: We’ve Been Waiting to Hear From You For A Long Time.
We’re Here Now.
JOYCE BRIDGE: We Are The Best.
JAW-Z: Hang The Curb Rods.
JAX: My Boy, My Girl.