Reports suggest it was likely used for things like production, staff costs, and West's famous floating stage.Additionally, Yeezy allegedly left Tidal over a money disagreement and maintains he is owed millions for music video expenses and subscription bonuses. She spends most of her time hanging out on the street waiting for ice cream and taco trucks ... She spends most of her time hanging out on the street waiting for ice cream and taco trucks ... Since it dropped on Tidal at midnight on June 30, fans have been on an emotional journey taking it all in. Before West's hospitalization for a “psychotic breakdown” back in 2016, he infamously stopped a concert to go on a long rant.On the 10-track album, JAY admits to cheating on Beyoncé, addresses his elevator fight with Solange, and… In his tangent, West accused JAY-Z and Beyoncé of not reaching out after wife Kim Kardashian's was robbed in Paris.Jay's early-aughts sneaker deal was with Reebok, not Nike.When he teamed with a search engine for the release of , it was Microsoft's Bing, not Google.” / What good is a ménage à trois when you have a soulmate? Considering Bey gave birth just one month ago, JAY probably wrote these lyrics before actually meeting his twins.(And we still don't have confirmation on those twins' names, but rumor has it they're called Sean and Bea.)Still, it's an interesting lyric in more ways than one, and it's one that stood out to fans on Twitter.
Is that a needlessly convoluted way to hear a new Jay-Z album? Soon thereafter, Lady Gaga took a typically Gaga stand against exclusives: “I told my label that if they signed those contracts with Apple Music and Tidal, I’d leak all my own new music.”Meanwhile, Spotify has shunned the concept of new-release album exclusives.Almost without exception, Jay will align himself with the company that is number two or three in the marketplace, and rarely the leader.Once you notice this trend, you begin to see it all over the place.When he wanted to increase awareness of via a subscription-based music service, it was Rhapsody (remember them? When he invested in a video-sharing app in 2012, it was the now-all-but-deceased Viddy, as opposed to Instagram., he did something unusual: He didn’t make it an Apple Music exclusive.