AceShowbiz - It looks like %cKanye West% has had enough of exclusive music deals. The rapper reportedly leaves Tidal, a streaming service owned by his rival %cJay-Z%, and plans to make his next album available on all music platforms. He seemingly wants people to listen to his music without any restrictions, such as subscription and monthly fee.
According to TMZ, Kanye's decision to leave Tidal is because the company owes him a bonus worth more than $3 million for bringing 1.5 million new subscribers after he released "The Life of Pablo" back in 2016. Kanye's lawyer has sent two letters to Tidal, saying that his client's contract with the streaming company is over. On the other hand, Tidal claims that the rapper still has an exclusive contract with them and that they will sue him if he tries to go to other streaming services.
Kanye's split from Tidal comes after Jay-Z dissed him on a track called "Kill Jay Z" off his new album "4:44". On the track, the husband of %cBeyonce Knowles% called Kanye "insane" and hinted that he lent $20 million to the "Fade" rapper. While Kanye is currently gearing up to release his new album, the spitter reportedly plans to make a song to address his feud with Jay-Z.
"Kanye is working on new music as we speak so Jay should fully expect to be part of a track on Yeezy's next album. Definitely expect more sparks to fly," a source tells HollywoodLife.com. "His relationship with Jay is one of the most impactful in his life. He won't write a straight up diss track, but no doubt he is going to address it and their feud on his next album."