Tuesday, 23 February 2016

Kanye West's album saving Tidal as subscribers double

Kanye has shown his influence as Tidal has benefited immensely from his decision not to sale his album or put it on any other music platform.Here is how TMZ reports
Kanye West just did Jay Z a HUGE favor -- his new album put Tidal back in the game by giving the music service a huge financial shot in the arm.
Sources connected to Tidal tell TMZ ... "The Life of Pablo" has already been streamed more than 100 million times in less than two weeks, which is a record for the service. We're also told subscribers to the app have more than doubled from around 1 million to 2.5 million. In fact, we're told the album's been so successful his team is discussing plans for another release, which may include a physical copy. Tidal reps have been tight lipped about numbers, but they've gotta be happy with this: The new subscribers could eventually add up to at least $15 mil in additional revenue.
Not a bad feather in Yeezy's cap.