Tidal, the streaming music service that seems to have been doomed since launch, is investigating a possible data breach following allegations that the company has been artificially inflating its subscribers and streaming numbers for platform exclusives.
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Tidal is a music streaming platform that puts an emphasis on audio quality, but you’ll have to pay a little extra when compared to the other options out there to reap the benefits.In an effort to show off that audio quality, Tidal is going to host a 12-day preview of the subscription service’s Premium and Hi-Fi tiers.
The Premium option costs $ 9.99 per month and offers audio quality comparable to the other music streaming services out there. Meanwhile, the Hi-Fi tier offers lossless sound quality typically costs $ 19.99 per month.
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Shawn Carter, known professionally as rapper Jay Z, appears to have removed his entire solo album collection from Apple Music overnight. Now, when searching for “Jay Z” on Apple Music, only songs in which he collaborated with other artists are available to stream on the service in the United States and elsewhere.
Jay Z has removed select albums from Apple Music in the past, but this is the first time he has pulled his entire catalog of albums from the service, including Reasonable Doubt, The Blueprint, and … MacRumors: Mac News and Rumors – All Stories