TIDAL SUBSCRIPTIONS REPORTEDLY DOUBLED THANKS TO KANYE’S ‘T.L.O.P.’ ALBUM
Sources reportedly told TMZ that the exclusive rights to Yeezy’s 7th LP doubled the services subscriptions, jumping them up from roughly 1 million to 2.5 million in just 10 days’ time. The operation has been so successful, that Ye’s team is reportedly discussing a traditional digital and physical release of the album, now that the streaming puts TIDAL in position to potentially add up to $15 million in revenue.
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Spotify is still better
I personally think the artist should make more money for their work. It’s no secret that they have been pumped for years. Yes they are a better paid now than back then. But you also have to see that the guys that don’t contribute to the art are 200x more wealthy than the actual creators.
That’s what I’ve been saying. I’ve been supporting since its launch. A few bucks and I pretty much get most albums that come out. Unless they are like apple exclusives and then you have to wait until the record labels release the music for other streaming services.