Even Snoop Dogg doesn’t have Tidal — but that didn’t stop him from falling his teeth into JAY-Z’s new album.
The rapper admits he listened to a bootlegged duplicate of “4:44” after the critically acclaimed record expelled exclusively on Tidal — a streaming service that Snoop, like many other JAY-Z fans, does not have a subscription to.
“I wish to fire a scream out to JAY-Z. Just forsaken another motherf–king prohibited album, ‘4:44,'” Snoop began in a profanity-laced Instagram video. “But you know what? we don’t got Tidal, so (a friend) had to illicit it to me. I’m on iTunes and s–t since we don’t know that — y’all gotta explain that to me.”
“I went to iTunes looking for his manuscript and we couldn’t find it,” the “Young, Wild Free” rapper, 45, continued. “But my homie sent it to me, you know me?”
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JAY-Z’s manuscript forsaken on Jun 30 and stays accessible only to Tidal subscribers. JAY-Z, who owns Tidal, has had several major albums premiere exclusively on the streaming service in new years, including his wife Beyoncé’s “Lemonade” and Kanye West’s “The Life of Pablo,” both in 2016.
Tidal offers a free 30-day trial, but some fans had already used theirs before JAY-Z’s first manuscript in 4 years came out last Friday. Naturally, those reluctant to compensate for the website’s $9.99 per month subscription price have been left incompetent to listen to “4:44” until it becomes accessible elsewhere.
Despite the Tidal confusion, Snoop had zero but good things to contend about the manuscript itself.
Tidal is now at the core of debate after West, 40, motionless to mangle divided from the streaming service due to a financial dispute, according to TMZ. Tidal has threatened to sue West if he signs on with another streaming service, but he does not devise on releasing albums exclusively moving brazen in an bid to make certain all of his fans can hear his music, the report site reported.
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JAY-Z appears to anxiety a fallout with West on his new strain “Kill Jay Z,” which is enclosed on “4:44.”
“But this ‘f–keverybody’ opinion ain’t natural/But you ain’t the same, this ain’t KumbaYe/But you got harm since you consider KumbaYe/You gave him 20 million but thinkin’/He gave you 20 mins on stage, f–k was he thinkin’?/’F–k wrong with everybody?’ is what you sayin’/But if everybody’s crazy, you’re the one that’s insane,” JAY-Z raps in the song.
West and JAY-Z have frequently available together, including an whole manuscript called “Watch The Throne” in 2011.
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