No more exclusive music releases from Kanye West, the rapper has announced to streaming services. Following his major falling out with Tidal, the rapper says he's done with exclusive releases for streaming services such as Apple and Spotify.
Kanye West is adamant to transform the modern music industry, as the rapper has just announced his future music releases will be available on multiple platforms.
The news comes following the Kanye West vs. Jay-Z beef after the latter included a diss track "Kill Jay Z" on his recent album 4:44. But it's no ordinary rapper vs. rapper feud, as Jay-Z also happens to be the owner of Tidal.
Until now, Kanye West had dropped his music releases exclusively for streaming services to be able to stream his albums for a certain period of time before other services were allowed to jump in and stream his music on their own platforms.
But Tidal streamed Kanye West's The Life of Pablo for way too long, and the rapper was none too pleased.
Amid a brewing money dispute between Jay-Z's Tidal and Kanye West over the exclusive release of his latest album, TMZ reports that West is done with exclusive releases once and for all.
Infuriated over Tidal holding The Life of Pablo for way too long before other streaming services were allowed to stream Kanye West's music, the rapper says he plans to make new music available on as many music platforms as possible from now on.