Kanye West reportedly cuts ties with Jay Z's Tidal service

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The legal war started after Kanye's Saint Pablo album brought in more than 1 million new subscribers to Tidal. He also was never reimbursed for music videos, to which Tidal says he didn't deliver the videos he owed them. Last summer Kanye took to Twitter to voice his frustrations with Tidal, saying things like "This Tidal Apple beef is f*cking up the music game" and "Apple give Jay his check for Tidal now and stop trying to act like you Steve".

Surprisingly, TMZ claims that Kanye had no idea that JAY-Z was about to drop an album bashing him when the financial dispute erupted last month. Ye said he's no longer interested in releasing music through exclusive streaming deals and his next album, which he's now working on, will be available everywhere.

Kanye West is also reportedly prepared to sue Tidal for not paying the rapper for the massive uptick in new subscribers following the release of The Life of Pablo previous year. From that point onwards, the pair teamed up regularly on each other's music and released their collaborative album "Watch The Throne".

In an infamous on-stage rant past year, the "Stronger" hitmaker begged Jay Z not to send "killers" after him, demanding he instead talk to him "like a man". / "F*** wrong with everybody?' is what you sayin' / But if everybody's crazy, you're the one that's insane".

It all started off past year when Kanye publically stated he was disappointed in Jay Z and Beyonce for not checking in on his wife Kim after she was robbed in Paris.

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Jay-Z is now a major shareholder in the company, along with Sprint, which purchased 33 percent of Tidal in January 2017.

The star's lawyers are said to have issued a letter stating Tidal is in breach of contract and informed them West, 40, is terminating the deal.

He was recorded screaming to the crowd, "You still ain't call me.I know you got killas, please don't send 'em at my head, just call me".

After the Paris robbery, the Life of Pablo rapper called out Jay-Z in a rant at a concert. You gave him 20 million without thinkin'.


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