4:44 is coming to cassette before it hits Spotify. A limited edition cassette version of Jay-Z’s latest album is now available through Virgin EMI Records’ online store. It’s going up for $9, 99 cents less than what Jay-Z is trying to give you a $1 million worth of game for.

If you’re part of the majority who doesn’t have a cassette player, you still might want to give purchasing this edition a shot. Those who preorder before 1 p.m. EST on Friday will have a chance to stand side stage for Jay-Z’s headlining set at V Festival. The winner of the random drawing will have to pay for his or her own travel expenses.

4:44’s cassette release comes after its CD edition dropped earlier this month. That version featured three bonus tracks, including a freestyle from Blue Ivy.

He’s not the first artist to throw it back to the cassette tape format. Justin Bieber’s Purpose and The Weeknd’s Beauty Behind the Madness came with cassette versions, and classic albums like Eminem’s The Slim Shady LP, Prince and the Revolution’s Purple Rain and others have seen reissues on tape. In fact, cassette album sales grew by 74 percent in 2016, according to Nielsen Music.

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