It gets complicated though, because Tidal say that Kanye "didn't deliver the videos required by contract", and furthermore, are threatening to counter sue him if he uses another streaming service, since they have an "exclusive contract".
Tidal allegedly sent a letter to West saying that if he tries to go with another streaming service they'd sue him. West's attorney reached out to the outfit a month ago to talk about the company's breach of contract, and that attempts to effectively come to a resolution lasted for two fruitless weeks. According to TMZ, Tidal claims that it hadn't received the music videos from Kanye, which is why it didn't pay him.
As fans may remember, Jay Z dissed Kanye on his new album 4:44 over an alleged $20 million loan. But Tidal is also in the news because fellow rapper Kanye West is reportedly leaving Tidal. But it's no ordinary rapper vs. rapper feud, as Jay-Z also happens to be the owner of Tidal.
Now there appears to be some trouble in Roc-A-Fella paradise as Kanye has pulled his catalog from Tidal over claims that he's owed more than $3 million, according to TMZ.
Kanye West leaves Tidal over contract dispute, TMZ reports
So it looks like Blue Ivy and North West are back to not hanging out. Thus, it's entirely possible JAY-Z is simply doling out some tough brotherly love to his one-time protege. According to TMZ, Kanye West has chose to walk away from Jay-Z's online streaming service, Tidal.
To add to the drama, TMZ has learned that Kanye has left Tidal over a monetary dispute. From that point onwards, the pair teamed up regularly on each other's music and released their collaborative album "Watch The Throne".
'I know people backstab you, I feel bad too, ' Hov raps on the opening track, Kill Jay-Z.
"But this "f-k everybody" attitude ain't natural/But you ain't the same, this ain't KumbaYe/But you got hurt because you think KumbaYe /You gave him 20 million without thinkin' /He gave you 20 minutes on stage, f-k was he thinkin'?"
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