Jay Z’s unfortunately named Tidal music streaming app is all washed up.
The aging rapper’s plans for a dominant music streaming service to compete with Spotify and Pandora were a bit premature.
Embattled hip hop mogul Jay Z has resorted to personally calling select subscribers who download the Tidal app and leave their phone numbers.
Not since the 1980s has the 1st round of the NBA playoffs been this boring.
Sports purists are questioning how rap mogul Jay Z’s lowly Brooklyn Nets made it into the first round of the NBA playoffs while other noteworthy teams such as OKC, the Pacers, and the Miami Heat sit at home.
Beyonce and her philandering husband, rapper Jay Z, are at war again. This time the couple are on the outs over a secret cell phone that Jay Z reportedly kept hidden from Bey so he could remain in contact with his side pieces and his protege, Bajan singer Rihanna.
In yet another desperate move to attract subscribers to his Tidal music streaming app, hip hop mogul Jay Z is pulling his albums from Spotify.
In a desperate bid to save husband Jay Z’s struggling TIDAL music streaming app, Beyonce released a new track, “Die With You,” exclusively on TIDAL.
The track with its tempting lyrics sang over lifeless piano chords was released on Saturday to coincide with Beyonce and Jay Z’s seventh wedding anniversary.
Rap mogul Jay Z responded to the growing criticism over his TIDAL music streaming app. Jay Z teamed up with other big-name artists to promote the music streaming service that he and his silent partners purchased for $54 million.