Jay Z is pushing TIDAL to the masses in a crazy way. The mogul announced that he would be perfoming his B-side catalog at his upcoming concert in New York on May 13th to promote his TIDAL music streaming service.
Rumor has it that Beanie Sigel and some of the Philly crew are going to make an appearance at the weekend shows.
Below is a list of a few B-side songs MultiHop.TV would like to here Jay-Z perform at the upcoming Tidal Concert:
“A Star Is Born” (Featuring J. Cole)
“Real As It Gets” (Featuring Young Jeezy)
“Ignorant Sh-t” (Featuring Beanie Sigel)
“Meet The Parents”
“Where I’m From”
“Friend Or Foe”
Amazon.com is adding a music streaming service. The service, entitled Amazon Prime Music allows members in the U.S to stream
songs without ads and download them for offline enjoyment as long as the customer’s membership is active. More than a million songs were available. Although it reached licensing deals with Warner Music Group, Sony Music Entertainment and independent labels, Prime Music is notably missing Universal Music Group, the world’s largest music corporation. That means artists including Jay-Z, Kanye West, all of Cash Money Records artists, and Eminem won’t appear on Prime Music for now… Wow! The selection is also just a small fraction of what’s available in Amazon’s digital music store, where customers can shop from more than 20 million downloadable songs.
“We’re not claiming to have full coverage at this time,” Steve Boom, Amazon’s vice president of digital music, said in an interview with The Times. He said the Seattle company would add new songs to Prime Music every month.
Amazon has another big announcement coming up. It recently sent out media invites for an event in Seattle on June 18 — widely expected to be the unveiling of an Amazon smartphone.