Beyonce and Jay-Z

Now we know why Rihanna's lackluster album, Anti, ranked so high on the streaming charts. Rap mogul Jay Z fired Tidal executives CFO Chris Hart and COO Nils Juell for allegedly falsifying album streaming figures.

Could this be Jay Z's version of the 1960s radio Payola scandal? This news could sink Tidal for good.

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TI Tidal

Rap mogul Jay Z isn't giving up on his flop Tidal music app. Atlanta's own rap tycoon T.I. has joined the long list of artist owners of the failing Tidal music app.

T.I. signed a distribution deal with Jay Z's Roc Nation for his upcoming album, Dime Trap, on his independent Grand Hustle Recordings label.

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Beyonce

Beyonce's husband, aging rapper Jay Z, is feeling the pressure to save his struggling music streaming app Tidal.

Adding to the rapper's increasing anxiety was the mounting pressure to cut a deal with Sony Records to continue streaming the music giant's catalogue of artists, including his wife. But strapped for cash, Jay Z didn't have the millions of dollars Sony required.

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Jay Z and Beyonce

Shortly after the 2015 Billboard Awards wrapped on Sunday, rumors swirled that rap magnate Jay Z and his Burlesque singer wife Beyonce paid "tens of thousands" of dollars in bail money for misguided youths who were arrested during the Baltimore uprisings last month.

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Beyonce

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.

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Jay Z

Music mogul Shawn "Jay Z" Carter enlisted the aid of his powerful celebrity friends to exert pressure on you to dish out $20/month (in addition to your cable and Netflix bills) to stream music from his new music service.

The aging rapper teamed up with celebs such as Kanye West, Rihanna, Madonna, and his long-suffering wife Beyonce to promote his new TIDAL music streaming service to their fans.

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