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According to report, the rapper has lost millions because the money he expected to earn from Tidal never came in, and he now wants to cut ties with the company before he loses more.
The two superstars, who last year worked together to produce the musical 'Annie', are reuniting to executive produce the yet-to-be-titled miniseries.
Cash Money Records has filed a lawsuit against Tidal for illegally streaming songs from Weezy's album 'FWA'.
The power couple won Top R'n'B/Hip-Hop Song Award for their 'Drunk in Love' while Hill joined the likes of Dr. Dre, P. Diddy and Elton John as a recipient of ASCAP Golden Note Award.
Taylor and Calvin have slid into the top spot of World's Highest-Paid Celebrity Couples in 2015 with combined earnings of $146 million over the last year.
The new music streaming service owned by Jay-Z loses Peter Tonstad as a CEO after booting the first one, Andy Chen, earlier this year.
In the photos, the 'Run the World' hitmaker and her husband are seen playing around with their three-year-old daughter in a grassy and flowery garden.
While the fest won't come back to Los Angeles after several difficulties it faced last year, Made in America reportedly will host a free concert on New York's Liberty Island.
The rapper says that big names currently related to Tidal don't get to decide where their music will be streamed, so their projects will be available everywhere else too.
The powerhouse couple was swarmed by hundreds of fans when they left Tidal headquarters in Oslo on Tuesday, May 26.
The Young Money raptress revealed in a now-deleted Twitter post sent out on Thursday, May 21 that her collaboration with Hov would be coming 'in 3 more days.'
The institute takes the blame for the beef between Marina Abramovic and the Jiggaman, claiming that they forgot to tell the performance artist about the rapper's donation after his video shoot.
The former White Stripes frontman responds to criticism over Tidal being so expensive, saying that people should support musicians because 'making records is expensive.'
Author Dream Hampton launched a series of Twitter posts claiming that Jay-Z and Beyonce secretly 'wired tens of thousands' of dollars to cover Baltimore and Ferguson's protesters' bail.
The Jiggaman fires back at people who criticize his streaming service during 'Tidal X: Jay Z B-Sides' which is streamed for Tidal subscribers.