3 Reasons Why Jay Z's Tidal Is Good for the Music Business — Even If It Fails


Jay Z's new Spotify competitor streaming service Tidal just relaunched with the help of musicians like Jack White, Kanye West, Beyonce, J.Cole, and Nicki Minaj. The press conference was kind of pointless, but the outfits were memorable. See the best

Tidal, a new, artist-owned, high-fidelity, somehow-not-shittier-Spotify music streaming service was just unveiled to the world at a live-streamed press conference in Los Angeles. Tons of high-profile music stars were on hand to show their support for

Jay Z's new Spotify competitor streaming service Tidal just relaunched with the help of musicians like Jack White, Kanye West, Beyonce, J.Cole, and Nicki Minaj. The press conference was kind of pointless, but the outfits were memorable. See the best

Tidal, a new, artist-owned, high-fidelity, somehow-not-shittier-Spotify music streaming service was just unveiled to the world at a live-streamed press conference in Los Angeles. Tons of high-profile music stars were on hand to show their support for

TIDAL, the artist-owned high-fidelity streaming service, debuted today with a bang. Following this afternoon's declaration signing — which saw the company's principal owners including Jay Z, Arcade Fire's Win Butler and Régine Chassagne, Kanye West,