Kanye West reportedly splits from JAY-Z's Tidal amid ongoing feud

Kanye West reportedly splits from JAY-Z's Tidal amid ongoing feud

"We're told Kanye has complained the company owes him money-more than $3 million, "TMZ added".

West, 40, was reportedly unhappy with the company for a long time, sources told TMZ.

Kanye West reportedly splits from JAY-Z's Tidal amid ongoing feud

Over the next two weeks lawyers of both sides tried to resolve the conflict but failed. The lawyer is said to have sent a letter to Tidal about one month ago, informing Jay-Z's company that it was in breach of their contract. Kanye also says Tidal reneged on reimbursing him for music videos.

Music giant Jay-Z has hit back after his lawyers sent a letter stating they 'still have an exclusive contract with Kanye and if he goes to another streaming service they'd sue him'. The track "Kill Jay Z" contains some thinly-veiled negative references to West, including a take on his famed "College Dropout" album title, son Saint and a nod to his nickname, Ye. A major celeb like West leaving the Tidal family probably would not be good for business, and if these reports prove true, it's hard to imagine the stars' relationship could remain during a contentious legal battle.

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When asked about the tweet , House Speaker Paul Ryan said, "Obviously, I don't see that as an appropriate comment ". He also claimed Ms Brzezinski was "bleeding badly from a face-lift" at the time .

Meanwhile, Jay Z's 4:44 album has caused a stir in itself, after some of the songs' scathing lyrics were revealed. But you ain't the same, this ain't KumbaYe / But you got hurt because you did cool by "Ye". Several times during his Saint Pablo tour a year ago, Kanye referenced friction between he and his one-time "Big Brother".

On Sunday, TMZ reported Kanye's disagreement with Jay-Z's streaming company centers around two issues. Although the two have worked together for a number of years, and West's The Life of Pablo drew over 1.5 million new users to the service, ultimately money tore the two apart.

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"Don't call me, after [Kim's] robbery, and say "How you feelin"?' You wanna know how I'm feeling? Please call me. Talk to me like a man".

The beef between Kanye and Jay-Z appears to be a bad ending to a rap duo with great musical chemistry.

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