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Jay-Z seeks legal action against former Tidal owners

Jay-Z seeks legal action against former Tidal owners

Today isn't a great day for the music streaming service Tidal. Earlier today it was revealed that Kanye West's new album was no longer exclusive to the platform. Despite the artist's earlier claims that it would never be available for purchase, or even to stream on any other service, it appeared on Apple Music, Spotify, and Google Play Music. And now it would seem that there's a lawsuit brewing.

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Kanye West album ‘Life of Pablo’ comes to Apple Music, Spotify

Kanye West album ‘Life of Pablo’ comes to Apple Music, Spotify

Love him or hate him, Kayne West continues to be a big name in the music industry these days, and many people want to hear his records. And starting today, a whole lot more fans will actually be able to, as West's new album, The Life of Pablo, is finally available on Apple Music, Spotify, and Google Play Music. This marks the first time the album has become available for streaming on any service besides Tidal since it was first released in February.

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Samsung states no plans to buy Tidal music service

Samsung states no plans to buy Tidal music service

While the talk about Samsung being unsatisfied with the performance of its Milk Music streaming service is likely true, the South Korean company has come out and stated that the rumors of talks to purchase Tidal are completely false. Variety reported on Friday that Samsung would be shutting down Milk Music, and the accompanying Milk Video, with plans to replace its streaming media offerings with the Tidal purchase, according to unnamed sources.

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Tidal: more executive shifts underway as CFO, COO are fired

Tidal: more executive shifts underway as CFO, COO are fired

Music service Tidal has given two of its top executives the boot in what is its latest restructuring effort. The company has let go of both Chief Operations Officer Nils Juell and Chief Financial Officer Chris Hart, citing a geographic change as the cause. Most of Tidal’s workers are based out of Oslo, but the company has decided to move its operations and accounting teams to New York instead.

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Kanye West just doesn’t get it

Kanye West just doesn’t get it

When you're an artist, a big reason that you create your art is so that you can share it with the world. With that in mind, you generally want to make your art as accessible to the masses as you can. That's not to say that you should simply give away the things you make, but you might not want force your fans to pay a monthly fee on an exclusive platform, just for the privilege of experiencing your gift to the world. Yes, I'm talking to you, Kanye (and no, I don't think he's actually listening).

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New Kanye West album hits Tidal for exclusive streaming

New Kanye West album hits Tidal for exclusive streaming

In case you haven't heard (possibly because you've been without internet, while living on Mars, under a rock), hip-hop megastar Kanye West has just released a new album, dubbed The Life of Pablo. When not engaging in fights on Twitter, West has been sharing tentative titles and track details for several weeks on the social network. Now it's finally here, and if you want start streaming it, you need to be subscribed to the Tidal music service.

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Stream The Beatles on these 9 services starting December 24

Stream The Beatles on these 9 services starting December 24

Just as was rumored earlier this week, one of the world's greatest music acts, The Beatles, will officially join the streaming music era on Christmas Eve. It was just officially announced that Spotify, Apple Music, and seven other streaming services will offer The Beatles' 13 studio albums plus four collections starting at 12:01 AM on December 24th in each timezone.

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Tidal adds original TV shows to its service

Tidal adds original TV shows to its service

Tidal, the high-fidelity streaming music service founded by Jay-Z, has announced that it's getting into the original programming game by bringing two TV series to its subscribers. As Variety reports, the show No Small Talk, a new series about rising stand-up comedians, will debut on Tidal today, November 3rd, while season two of Money & Violence, a drama taking place on the streets of New York, will come to the service in January.

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Tidal says it has hit the 1m subscribers milestone

Tidal says it has hit the 1m subscribers milestone

Jay Z’s music streaming service Tidal has hit the 1 million subscribers milestone, and to celebrate the company will be holding a charity concert in New York. Tidal is a new music service, being only six months old and having survived despite some sharp criticism. The service billed itself as a music streaming option that puts the artists first, but better known services like Spotify — with free streaming options — were hard to contend with.

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Tidal begins selling new Prince album as CD or download

Tidal begins selling new Prince album as CD or download

In an unexpected move, music streaming service Tidal has started selling the new album from Prince, HITNRUN Phase One, as either a physical CD or via digital download. The album was released last week as an exclusive to Tidal, following Prince's decision to remove almost all of his music from other streaming services. Until now, HITNRUN could only be heard by Tidal subscribers, but with the option to buy the music physically or digitally, now anyone can hear it.

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Tidal gets exclusive Prince album ‘HITNRUN’ next month

Tidal gets exclusive Prince album ‘HITNRUN’ next month

Tidal has announced that it will be the exclusive home to Prince’s upcoming album HITNRUN, which was first revealed last month. This follows the release of HARDROCKLOVER and the artist’s fast absence from music streaming services. According to today's announcement, this partnership between Tidal and Prince has been long in the making, but was cemented by “mutual admiration and respect and a profound belief in artists’ rights." This partnership began back in May.

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Facebook Music streaming service tipped to battle Apple, Tidal, Google

Facebook Music streaming service tipped to battle Apple, Tidal, Google

A Facebook Music streaming service has been tipped to be launching later this year by insider sources. It's been suggested that this service will be similar to that of Apple Music or TIDAL, leveraging Facebook's massive following to bring in cash via the music streaming trend every other company under the sun seems to want to cash in on. Google has their Google Play Music. Apple has their Apple Music. Facebook - not a hardware company - may soon have their Facebook Music. It was only a matter of time.

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