TIDAL

Kanye West is officially no longer a TIDAL co-owner. A source has confirmed to Billboard that Yeezy has ended his “exclusivity rights” to the streaming service that JAY-Z built.  So far, the reasons for West’s departure is TIDAL’s alleged failure to pay him in a timely manner. However, in the court of Twitter petty, Yeezy is in his feelings after […]

"17," a beautiful 17-minute visual EP, pays homage to those who have lost their lives due to racial and police violence.

Sprint has acquired a 33 percent stake in Jay Z's streaming service Tidal, the two companies announced today.

If you're still bummed you missed Made in America this year, Beyonce and Jay Z are making up for it this October.

  It seems like almost everything worth listening to or seeing lately is a TIDAL exclusive. Beyoncé‘s LEMONADE, Kanye West‘s The Life of Pablo and dozens of buzzy singles made their debut behind Jay Z‘s streaming service’s paywall. Still, all that cache hasn’t added up to a lot of dollars for the company. In fact, […]

Kanye West wants Jay Z and Apple CEO Tim Cook to put their egos aside.

If you woke up thinking: I'm really in the mood for something bizarre, slightly obscene and salacious, then rest assured, Kanye West has got you.

According to reports, Beyonce's Lemonade exclusive on Tidal lead to 1.2 million new user sign-ups

Although the rapper has worked with the tech company several times in the past, their relationship will not be transferring over to Tidal.

Via Baller Alert: According to reports,  Jay Z’s mega streaming service, Tidal, is the new target of potential buyouts by Samsung, Google, and Spotify.  According to the NY Post, Samsung has long been in talks to acquire the streaming service. It is also noted that the phone giant has a long standing business relationship with […]

Via Rap-Up: TIDAL can thank Yeezy. Fresh off the release of Kanye West’s latest album, The Life of Pablo, the global streaming service has experienced a significant financial boost. According to TMZ, TLOP has been streamed more than 100 million times since the album was unleashed a little less than two weeks ago. Not only […]

Tidal recently announced that $1.5 million of the proceeds from their Tidal X: 10/20 charity concert, which took place in Brooklyn back in October, will be distributed to Black Lives Matter and several other organizations that are leading social justice movements.