Jay-Z took to twitter to defend slander against Tidal!
It is a miracle how sparingly Jay-Z has tweeted on his account since its conception in 2009. Even though the music mogul has more than 3.16 million followers, it didn’t make him share words of wisdom with his fans unless he really wanted to be heard. No surprise in saying when Jay-Z does tweet occasionally he does it abundantly and the whole world listens.
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Yesterday afternoon the rapper took to twitter to defend his music streaming service Tidal after a tweeting hiatus of months. Tidal is a music streaming service available as an app and has recently been in the news a lot since it fell down the iPhone 700 chart. Although it seems Tidal may not be doing very well and some may even call it a failure, Jay-Z hasn’t given up and only had praises to share in his tweets about Tidal.
In some tweets Jay-Z bluntly proclaimed Tidal is doing just fine and they have more than 770000 subs at the moment and have been in business for only a month and iTunes wasn’t Spotify didn’t receive instant success.
Jay-Z then declared Tidal is there for the long haul and asked for a chance to grow. In another tweet Jay-Z shared Tidal was made for fans and it isn’t just about music but also contains videos, concert tickets and even sports tickets. Jay-Z also claimed on Tidal artists give more to fans without a middle party involvement.
The iTunes Store wasn't built in a day. It took Spotify 9 years to be successful…— Mr. Carter (@S_C_) April 26, 2015
Jay-Z also revealed many companies in the industry spend millions on smear campaigns but they are not one of them and his team is only pro-artist and fans. Jay-Z also shared their actions will speak louder than words and Tidal will be bringing people the best experience of music. Finally Jay-Z declared although they are humans and not perfect they are determined!
We made Tidal for fans. We have more than just music. We have video, exclusive concerts, tickets for events early, live sports!...— Mr. Carter (@S_C_) April 26, 2015
Tidal pays 75% royalty rate to ALL artists, writers and producers - not just the founding members on stage.— Mr. Carter (@S_C_) April 26, 2015
My cousin just moved to Nigeria to discover new talent. Tidal is a global company.— Mr. Carter (@S_C_) April 26, 2015
Our actions will speak louder than words. We made Tidal to bring people the best experiences...— Mr. Carter (@S_C_) April 26, 2015
and to help artists give that to their fans over and over again…— Mr. Carter (@S_C_) April 26, 2015
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