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Coldplay, Madonna, Kanye West, Beyonce Join Jay Z’s Revolution

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Jay Z is getting into the music streaming service with Tidal, a subscription-based application that uses high-fidelity streaming protocol for better sound quality. Jay is hosting an event later today to discuss more about the program he recently purchased for $56 million from Swedish tech company, Aspiro.

Coldplay, Taylor Swift, Madonna, Jack White, country star Jason Aldean, Daft Punk, Kanye West, Rihanna and Beyonce are all on-board and will be streaming their content on the service. The artists also turned their profile pictures on Twitter to the color blue.

Unlike Spotify or Pandora, Tidal will feature music video, social media profiles, merchandise and access to concert tickets all in one place.

You can watch a live stream from Jay’s event on HipHollywood later today in the video player below.

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  1. sunni_daze

    April 1, 2015 at 9:24 AM

    Tidal is going to sink and flop. 1. Most of the artist that are backing this have a fan base that won’t spend 11.99 on an album by their favorite artist so $20 ain’t gonna happen. 2. The people see this for what it is another way for them to continue to get rich off our hard earned dollars. 3. And we don’t need the extra interactive ish, when they are on IG, Tweeter and tumblr all damn day and we can watch the videos for free on Vevo and YouTube. We have enough access into their personal lies.

  2. mrm717

    April 14, 2015 at 11:55 AM

    A sure sign of failure is to include irrelevant, over-the-hill rappers and sluts like Madonna.

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