Jay Z Reportedly Looking To Part Ways With TIDAL | Music News
It has recently come to light that Jay Z allegedly no longer wishes to be part of Tidal, the music streaming service he relaunched earlier in the year, after acquiring for no less than $56 million dollars from Scandinavian platform Aspiro. Since its reboot, things have been a bit wirey to say the least. From losing two if its CEOs in the span of six months to the recent copyright infringement lawsuit spearheaded by the rap mogul Birdman’s Cash Money Records who claims that Tidal is illegally using Lil Wayne’s songs, which it says, it has exclusive rights to.
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