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Jayz’s Tidal Aint Getting No love

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Many have heard that Jay Z launched an online streaming service called Tidal. Jay z invested like 5o something million into the  streaming service, and enlisted some top brass artist to be a part of the movement. Many artist are getting tired of companies like Spotify, not paying them for proper amount of money for digital streams. Jay z according to the Daily Beast reported this about the title streaming service.

Mr. Z had this to say : “The iTunes Store wasn’t built in a day. It took Spotify 9 years to be successful… We are here for the long haul. Please give us a chance to grow & get better. There are many big companies that are spending millions on a smear campaign. We are not anti-anyone, we are pro-artist & fan. We made Tidal for fans. We have more than just music. We have video, exclusive concerts, tickets for events early, live sports!… Tidal is where artists can give their fans more without the middlemen.”

read article at the Daily Beast

Jay z is also receiving some competition from heavy hitters like ITunes, which has been said to be spending millions in a smear campaign to dismantle Jay Z’s Tidal service. Jay Z’ said state that “indie artist keep 100% of their music, and get 75royalty rate.” Jay Z looks to be in the running for a world of trouble against these corporate giants.


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