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News of the dispute between Tidal and West comes just as Jay Z drops his "4:44" album which includes several lines believed to be disses at West. Jay-Z has responded to this legal threat by claiming he will counter-sue. Jay Z, I know you got killers.
The feuding continued with West stating openly at a concert that he was waiting for Jay-Z to call him, while Jay-Z's lastest song release hitting out at West underlines the fractured relations between the pair. However, Tidal argues that Kanye wasn't reimbursed because he didn't deliver the videos that were agreed upon prior to production.
Tidal is reportedly claiming that West didn't produce the videos required under his contract, while West is supposedly saying that he'll produce the videos once he's paid.
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 a year ago.
"Jay Z-call me, bruh", Kanye said.
But Tidal streamed Kanye West's The Life of Pablo for way too long, and the rapper was none too pleased.
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When JAY-Z, 47, launched Tidal in 2015 as an artist-owned alternative to streaming sites like Pandora and Spotify, he brought West on board as a co-owner, alongside stars like Alicia Keys, his wife Beyoncé, Usher and Nicki Minaj. Kanye's response. I'll deliver the videos when you pay me what I'm owed.